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Denis Villeneuve’s Dune and a Brief History of its Adaptation

In recent years Quebec filmmaker Denis Villeneuve has become one of the most sought after directors in science fiction, which is all the more impressive when you consider that he first ventured into the genre

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Canadian content in Oscars

With the Oscars coming up, everyone is pretty hyped on what will happen. We’ve got films like La La Land, Moonlight, and Arrival in the Oscars this year. And interestingly enough, this Canadian content is

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The 2017 Academy Awards, and its Canadian Nominees

Last week, the nominees for the 89th Academy Awards were announced, and this year there have been a few notable Canadian nominees. Ryan Gosling has picked up his second Best Actor nomination for his performance

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Arrival (Review)

Denis Villeneuve, one of Canada’s only current high profile filmmakers, softens here. Where Sicario was hard-edged, Arrival is tender; where Prisoners was set in a moral grey, Arrival sits in an uncomplicated blue. That said,

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TIFF 2016, and My First Time Attending

On September 7th, it was once again time for the Toronto International Film Festival (or TIFF, as it is commonly and affectionately known), which concluded on Sunday. As a resident of Toronto, I felt compelled

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