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Which Canadian Filmmakers Have Received The Most Recognition At Cannes And Venice?

Canada is blessed to have several great filmmakers who have made their name in the industry and have gone from nothing to everything. Some of these people have been recognized with several awards, including the

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Talent On Tap – Mostafa Keshvari Creates Corona Inside An Elevator

Given todays pandemic climate, we’re all seeing the social tensions growing, despite the politics of wearing masks in multiple countries from multiple leaders. We all have to make a conscious choice on where we stand

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The Sweet Hereafter (Review)

Achieving true emotional resonance in dramatic cinema is no easy task. Although many directors manage to manoeuvre its numerous pitfalls in its execution, few achieve what can be considered a perfect dramatic balance. After recently

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Films That Really ARE Films (As in 35mm)

It looks as if 35mm not only will not die — but, even in this digital age, it’s back in force. Xavier Dolan’s Grand Prix-winning Juste la fin du monde was made “using his preferred

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Relief and Real Film at Cannes

It’s well known by now that Xavier Dolan said it was a “relief” to win the Grand Prix at Cannes for Juste la fin du monde — after what some critics had to say about

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