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Sharks, A Prince, and New Voices

You can be a part of Shark Infested Streets — a film-noir detective-style comedy which is the second film by teen filmmakers Darren Summersby and Garrett Ryan. MFM has details on supporting the GoFundMe campaign

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Driftwood (Review)

A quietly distraught man sits across from a police investigator, who advises him to “sit tight” and reassuringly says, “We’ll find him.” The man, Mark, is a single father whose 14-year-old son, Dustin, has gone

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Force Awakens, Bluenose-Ability, and A Small Fortune

(Via Marketwired) The Force is awakening demand for tickets — Cineplex says it’s “seeing unprecedented demand for advanced tickets to Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” So much, in fact, that they’re adding more showtimes

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Bloom: Review

Michelle Brunette’s short documentary Bloom is a difficult film to watch, emotionally — especially if you’ve had a film student in the family or among your friends — but that’s what gives it a touch

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Location Call, Greenwood Honoured, Online Shorts, Long Paddle

Do you have (or know about) an abandoned-looking house in the woods near Sudbury or North Bay? How about a cave or a cabin in the same kind of place? MFM reports a location scout

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Training Opportunities and First Nations Talent

(Via CNW) Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Bell Media Executive Producer Accelerator Lab, Bell has announced. The Lab is a two-part program that provides mid-level television producers with unique hands-on training to

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