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The Death & Life of John F. Donovan (Review)

Given the prodigious nature of Xavier Dolan’s filmmaking career and the frequency at which he churns out productions that he has, at the very least, written, produced and directed, I have made a point of

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GOOD BOYS Offers Good Times at the Cineplex

A decent R-rated mainstream comedy is a rare beast these days. With studios clinging to the more box office-friendly PG-13 rating for nearly every genre under the sun (horror notwithstanding), you might have better luck

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A New High for Canada

Canada and its film industry have received considerable attention in the last two years, first with the Oscar-nominated film Room, starring Brie Larson and the young Jacob Tremblay, and more recently at the 2016 Cannes

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Exclusive – Play Management Has Talent In The “Room” Part I (Updated)

If you’ve ever fathomed the inner workings of the talent management machine, I can now scratch it off my bucket list. In one afternoon I sat down with Vickie Petronio-King and Lena Lees-Heidt of Play

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New TV Code, Actra Nominees, Low Loonie Upside, and Vancouver Honours

(Via CNW) The CRTC has come up with a mandatory Code for television service providers that requires them, among other things, to let consumers know what they’re signing up for in an easily understandable way.

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