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I’ve Heard the Mermaid’s Singing (Review)

One of the major reasons I love cinema so much, is that it has such a grand capacity for escapism. While I feel it is essential to be engaged by grounded and challenging cinematic works,

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I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing (Review)

I first became acquainted with the work of Patricia Rozema at a VIFF 2015 screening her standout post-apocalyptic thriller Into The Forest. A high concept sci-fi tale on the outset about two young women finding

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Dx3 Takes on the 8-Second Challenge, Vic Filmfest Takes on Sydney,Cohl Takes on Golden Leaf

(Via Marketwired) “People tend to lose concentration within eight seconds — which is less than the attention span of a goldfish,” says a media release from the Dx3 conference and trade show — and this

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Looking Ahead: Webinar, Festival, and Doc

With 2015 almost over, there’s still a lot to look forward to — before and after Christmas and New Year’s. Tomorrow morning (December 19th), MFM as announced a free webinar for documentary filmmakers — this

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Mostly VIFF

As the 35th Atlantic Film Festival wraps, thanking its sponsors, team, and audience, the 34th Vancouver International Film Festival is just beginning –– look for Nick’s coverage of the opening screening of Brooklyn later today.

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Passion: A Letter in 16mm (Review)

This is a 1985  drama from Patricia Rozema (I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing) about a young woman named Anna Vogel describing a love letter. It all starts when Anna reads the letter in the bathtub.

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