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Victoria (Review)

Concluding at NWFF was the one-shot German film, Victoria. I guess the final night was German night or something. Also interesting how these one-shot movies are really catching on. It starts out with Victoria (Laia

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Rosewater (Review)

Another movie depicting freedom of speech under attack. Well, it was being screened on the same night as CitizenFour, so I guess they were the same subject matter. Taking place in Iran, a Canadian-Iranian journalist,

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Labyrinth of Lies (Review)

Another screening at NWFF. Taking place in Germany after WWII, Alexander Fehling stars as Johann Radmann, a young prosecutor. After his most recent prosecution, which he was late for, Radmann comes across a new case to

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Citizenfour (Review)

Just last weekend, New Westminster had a film fest of its own — still small, but it’s already outgrown its original doc-only format. Amazing how things change over the years. The first film I saw

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Rising Stars at WFF, UBCP Awards, SYFF at AGO

(Via PRNewsWire) The 2015 Whistler Film Festival Rising Stars are Lauren Lee Smith, Jakob Davies, Taylor Russell and Rustin Gresiuk.  The four, all from the Western Provinces and all stars of films premiering at WFF,

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