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Has Xavier Dolan’s Own Filmmaking Style Caught Up with Him?

Allow me to make one thing very clear about Quebecois director Xavier Dolan from the outset: he is an undeniably talented filmmaker. As much has been clear since his cinematic debut, I Killed My Mother,

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Films with a Canadian twist that you must see

Who has never heard of Canada? The North American country of 38 million inhabitants is surprisingly large (9.985 million km²) and the second largest in the world, only behind Russia. According to studies, Canadians are

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The best film created by canadian directors

Cinema is for everyone. That is one of the many beautiful qualities that the medium has. Cinema used to be a medium for the working class man. It was entertainment for the lower class people

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Mommy (Review)

The relationship between a mother and son is a recurring theme in each of Xavier Dolan’s film. While it may be fleeting in Heartbeats, or part of the greater whole like in Laurence Anyways, it

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Mommy (Review)

Mommy, Xavier Dolan’s 2014 film, retreads the same ground I Killed My Mother successfully tackled. “Steve” is a troubled youth, and his equally troubled mother, “Die”, struggles to make ends meet. Correctional institutions, teenage rebelliousness,

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News for Canadian Film Day

One of the best ways to celebrate National Canadian Film Day is if you’re in the Vancouver region is the Celluloid Social Club, hosting National Canadian Film Day tonight. Head on over to the Anza

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