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Exclusive – Psychonaut The Movie, The Journey

I recently had the great pleasure of sitting down with newly crowned filmmakers, Marc Nyiti and his partner Emily Hayes. Their film Psychonaut is a wrap and in the can. They told me it all

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Don’t Myth Out When Filmmaking

If you’re just breaking into the film industry and want to avoid some common myths in filmmaking, I’ve compiled a few to wet your whistle. Starting with one of the oldest and more popular myths

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Machinima Workshop, Wireless Code Review, TO After Dark Fest

(Via CNW) Is your contract with your wireless service provider as clear as you’d like? Ever experienced “bill shock”? The CRTC is about to evaluate how well its Wireless Code is working at the three-year

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TIFF Looks Ahead, Easton Says “Change” is Fun

The 2016 TIFF Industry Conference will highlight a couple of vital issues, says its director, Kathleen Drumm: The impact of Brexit on the industry, and the equal participation of women. Industry figures from the UK

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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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News from Newfoundland: Flankers & Riverhead

About a year ago, Newfoundland director Justin Oakey presented his 15-minute film Flankers and immediately charmed the festival circuit audience with a rough, hard-hearted story of feuding fishermen in the rural islands of the North.

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