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Sausage Party Controversy

If you are a film buff, movie-goer, or just a plain television-watcher (who has not heard of Netflix yet), then it is likely that you have been made very aware of Sausage Party’s release. The

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More on Skins Machinima

(Via Wireservice.ca) As we mentioned last Thursday, Kanien’keha:ka artist Skawennati is set to lead Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace’s (AbTeC) Skins Machinima Workshop in Vancouver this month, with six First Nations youth participating. They will learn

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Exclusive – Bob And Cal Get Animated At Work

Cal Brunker is a director and writer. Bob Barlen is a producer and writer. Together they co-write and create animation for ToonBox Entertainment, located in Toronto. Their latest production, The Nut Job 2, is set

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Sticks and Stones (Review)

Far away in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, Siciliambiente, an annual film festival focusing on environmental issues and social change welcomes documentaries, short films and animation from around the world. As the festival’s 2016 edition

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Up in a Plane (Review)

It’s been hard to find anything worth watching ever since I ran out of stuff to look at on Indieflix. Fortunately, the filmmakers of NSI have provided plenty of quick and simple shorts that are

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Juke-Bar (Review)

While Indieflix has run dry for me, I’ve had to find an alternative. I thought “Hey, maybe I won’t get so much weirdness now that Traveling is out of my reviews.” Boy, was I wrong.

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