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The Valley Below: A Review

What’s in the valley below? You’ll see heartbreak, love, tragedy, sex, drugs, music, community, and people who can’t express their realities in words. Life, in other words. One character has a tattoo with the words

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Daily Rushes for First Mon in DST

Also Commonwealth Day — who knew? Something else we didn’t know: The House of Commons’ Canadian Heritage Committee is taking a look at Canada’s feature film industry.  Thanks to iPolitics.ca, here (scroll down to Today

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Daily Rushes for First Fri in March

Defensora, a 2013 documentary about Canadian mining practises in Guatemala, screened in East York recently. The film has been making waves with its allegations against Skye Resources and its corporate successor, Hudbay Minerals — and

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3 Best Weekend Movies to Spend Your Loonies On

Some day, this may not be such huge news, but as of this weekend it is: An independent Canadian film, not only made but even set in Canada, is being released in theatres. So we’ll

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Daily Rushes for First Tuesday in March

  The Valley Below is “a low-key indie feature film” — that’s being released in theatres in Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa on Friday. Read about this breakthrough for Calgary filmmaker Kyle Thomas in the Herald,

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