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Talent On Tap – Paul Émile d’Entremont is Standing on the Line

As a filmmaker, there is an unspoken policy that the film needs to tell a story, evoke emotion and create conversation after the credits have finished rolling.  Whether you’re a documentary filmmaker or create movies,

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Productions in Vancouver: Pass the Salt

Women are becoming more powerful and better known in the film industry as it continues to grow. And one prime example of that is short film, Pass the Salt, which tells one of the most

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Pepper (Review)

I guess French Canadian films aren’t always weird in some way. This one in particular is about a lesbian couple just waking up. Okay, it’s actually revealed to be a lesbian couple and a guest.

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The Switch (Review)

It seems that since the 80s, sit-coms were not very sit-common. (Couldn’t resist that one) But it seems like they may be making a comeback. Already starting this comeback is a show with a storyline that’s not

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