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Exclusive – Elsewhere, NY By Jeffrey P. Nesker Part II

When Jeffrey P. Nesker set out to make his first feature film it was partly due to advice of his good friend Tom Wilton, who wrote the original screenplay. He tells me that he had

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1999 (Review)

A drama that focuses on Tamil immigrants, trying to adjust to their new lives in Canada. The film starts out with four guys in a car, heading down the street, while hip-hop music plays. After

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Exclusive – Eight Years To Climb A Mountain Part II

When Lyle Goodwin finished his first feature eight years from the beginning, he felt he’d just climbed a mountain. The journey, the struggles, the persistence to keep pushing on and the gumption to never quit

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Paparmane (Review)

Paparmane (or Wintergreen) is a rather somber film. It stars a depressed young man named Jerome (Steve Laplante). His job consists of collecting pricey parking fees, if anybody actually shows up at all. One girl

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Exclusive – Shane Brar Discusses Bout: Part I

I sat down last week with Shane Brar to discuss his latest film, Bout. Shane lives in Abbotsford and had written the story based on a friend. The short film is 10 minutes long and

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Kick Me Down: A Review

Kick Me Down is a dramatic comedy about a man named Percy Crease who falls in love with his brother Darren’s wife. In the beginning, Percy goes over to see Darren and his wife, Karen.

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