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Why You Absolutely Need to Watch HBO’s How To with John Wilson

Despite entrenching myself in the comings and goings of film and television on a daily basis (literally, every single day), I still have my blind spots. While this can lead to head-scratching moments where I

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HBO’s The Last of Us to Shoot in Calgary, said to be Largest Production in Canadian History

I’m pretty much stating the obvious by this point, but it seems that with each passing year the Canadian film industry grows ever larger. Yet, what is noteworthy about that statement is that its growth

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The CRTC and Unsatisfying Basic Cable

Last Wednesday, the CBC reported that the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) disappointed consumers by changing their basic cable deals. Shaw, Bell, and Rogers have all ridded their discounts, no matter how small (Shaw previously

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News Round II: NFB! HBO! ETC.!

The National Film Board has announced Common Space?, a tour of eight new works appearing in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles from October 1 to 18. The word “works” covers a lot of different media: The

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