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Being Canadian (Review)

At one point Robert Cohen, the writer-director of Being Canadian, parks outside his old high school. He wants to prove wrong the teacher who told him he’d never amount to anything. He yells (from inside

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Rideau Hall Movie Nights to feature two Canadian films

(via CNW) Rideau Hall Movie Nights has two titles screening on June 29 and 30, Being Canadian and Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre. The films are to be presented for free as decided by Entertainment One, one of

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LAFF, TIFF, Canada Cool in NYC, and a Student Contest

Mexico is in the spotlight at the 13th annual Vancouver Latin American Film Festival, The Vancouver Province’s Stuart Derdeyn reports. The country’s film output is back at the level of its “golden age” in the

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The End of the World, and Then There’s Ukkusiksalik

It’s Only the End of the World, or Juste La Fin Du Monde in the original French, Xavier Dolan’s next film, will star Marion Cotillard, Lé​a Seydoux and Vincent Cassel, the CBC tells us. “And

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5 Canadian Film Stories in Search of a Title

Everyone has heard about Denis Villeneuve’s thriller Sicario screening at Cannes (where he’s presented four other works of his, so Cannes is not a new city for him — get it?), but Canadian films and

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