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Film Review: Tu Dors Nicole

There’s always a moment during a young blissful summer when we’re caught contemplating the endless possibilities of our future. Tu Dors Nicole, directed by well-known Québec film editor Stéphane Lafleur, delves into that very moment with delicacy and tenderness, through the sleepless eyes of a girl living in suburban Québec. The film tells the story of a 20-something …

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Terrance Odette’s FALL depicts truth behind rising after falling

Fall tells the riveting story of an appreciated priest in a Niagara Falls perish, Father Sam Ryan, portrayed by Michael Murphy, who’s forced to deal with his buried past when he receives letter from “Christopher,” a 14-year-old boy he had mentored 40 years ago. The letter prompts Father Sam to confront an incident that had …

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A still from The Culture High. Photo courtesy of Adam Scorgie.

Film Review: The Culture High

The debate on the legality of marijuana has no middle ground — people either think that it should be legalized, or they don’t. The folks behind The Culture High clearly subscribe to the former, and it’s a point that’s driven home over and over … and over again. The Culture High is a follow-up to Vancouver director Brett Harvey’s …

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The Shortest Day Short Film Fest returns

The Shortest Day Short Film Festival is returning to Canada for the second year, this time for a span of three days leading up to the shortest day of the year. From Dec. 19 to 21, the celebration is offering free screenings in more than 60 venues in various cities all across the country and …

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