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Sound the Alarm – The Beach Village Brings Back Movie Night in the Park

When you search your memories of childhood, did it include playing in the park and going to the theatre to watch the summer blockbusters? I’m in my early 50’s and recall going to watch the

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‘Grinders’ documentary examines underground poker scene in Toronto

When it comes to gambling, it’s all about luck. You can gamble just about anywhere. At a casino in your city, on the Internet, on vacation, even at your place or some friend’s place with

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Stargazing CLARA Examines Earthbound Angst

Mathematically speaking, it appears impossible that with all the countless stars in seemingly endless galaxies that there isn’t at least ONE other celestial body out there capable of supporting advanced lifeforms like our own. With

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Exclusive – Madi Graves Talks Girl North Studios

Being able to do what you love is not always achievable, however there are those that do find the path less travelled. Through instinct, prowess and determination they’ve discovered their dreams are obtainable as well

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Fuck Buddies (Review)

Nate Wilson, a nineteen-year-old filmmaker based in Toronto, turns his debut short, Fuck Buddies, from basic, already-explored premise into something more. If this helps, the film owes more to David Cronenberg, John Carpenter, and David

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Our Grounded Vancouver International Film Festival

My dad and my sister go to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) every year. It started with my sister wanting to see celebrities. Now it’s about the movies. I was late to the game.

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