Monthly Archives: February 2011

Final Day of the Victoria Film Festival!

Today is your last chance to catch some of the incredible films featured at this year’s Victoria Film Festival. My pick for today would be the Canadian film Small Town Murder Songs, directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly.  A brutal murder in … Continue reading

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I am Here… But Where are You?

You Are Here I went to, You Are Here, a film by Canadian director Daniel Cockburn, with relatively high expectations, expectations it seemed that the film didn’t even have for itself.  Based on the description, I expected a film that … Continue reading

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Thursday at the Film Fest!

The Victoria Film Fest continues with more narrative and documentary films playing today! The Topp Twins:  Untouchable Girls, the documentary about New Zealand’s “yodeling folk singing lesbians” screens today at 9:30pm at the Odean Theatre.  This film has won numerous … Continue reading

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For your entertainment?!?

Machete Maidens Unleashed! Tuesday’s showing of the documentary about Philippino exploitation horror cinema Machete Maidens Unleashed delivered on all regards.  There was blood, jungles, explosions and yes breasts many many breasts.  The Film shows interviews with the actresses who starred … Continue reading

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Tuesday at the Film Fest!

If you missed !Women Art Revolution: A Secret History, which I reviewed on Saturday, it is playing again today at 4:30 pm at the Empire Capitol 6 downtown. Tonight I am going to be checking out the double header of … Continue reading

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Superbowl… what superbowl?

Into the Cold Not being much of a football fan it was an easy decision for me to opt instead to see environmentalist and photographer, Sebastian Copeland’s documentary instead of the Superbowl on Sunday.  I was not alone.  In a … Continue reading

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Women Art Revolution… and Rock’n’Roll!

!Women Art Revolution Can you name 3 woman artists? This is the question posed by !Women Art Revolution in it’s opening segment.  As people on screen fumble to name more than 1 woman artist the film attempts to highlight what … Continue reading

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