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NATIONAL CANADIAN FILM DAY: An Interview with Founders Jack Blum and Sharon Corder

While the existence of the “free lunch” remains debatable, there are certainly free movies if you know where to look, and the discerning moviegoer need look no further than Wednesday April 20 where National Canadian

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NATIONAL CANADIAN FILM DAY: BACK TO GOD’S COUNTRY after 100 Years

If Nell Shipman isn’t a household name or at the very least a part of every Canadian film history curriculum, she certainly ought to be. There’s certainly no better time to discover the woman who

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NATIONAL CANADIAN FILM DAY: Rainbow War Review

I was born three years too late to witness the groundbreaking event that was Expo 86. The last world’s fair to be held in North America was key in transforming Vancouver from a relatively sleepy

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Stolen Path: A Lifelong Dream (With Trailer)

Teenage dreams die hard — and sometimes not at all. That’s the spirit this film was made in. Not only does it tell the story of a young woman determined to marry for love in

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Connections, Especially in the West

(Via PRNewswire) If you chose to do your National Canadian Film Day viewing online, and had an uneven experience, this new report from CIRA (the Canadian Internet Registration Authority) may shed some light on that,

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TFO Hits the Bayous, Plus Premieres (and Trailers) of Stolen Path and Basic Human Needs

(Via PRNewswire) Groupe Média TFO announce it’s going international: “Louisiana Public Broadcasting will be offering the French-language educational content we produce in our Toronto studios, along with content created by our production partners,” says Glenn

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