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That Burning Feeling

Generally speaking, I am not a rom-com person. But when I heard about the plot for Jason James’ That Burning Feeling, it sounded just subversive enough for me to want to watch it. I’m glad I did. That Burning Feeling … Continue reading

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Big Sur

I would argue that there’s an inherent challenge in adapting one of literary icon Jack Kerouac’s novels for film. While Kerouac’s signature stream-of-conscious writing style is one of the primary reasons he gained fame as the father of the Beat … Continue reading

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Good Vibrations

The story of Belfast’s Terri Hooley; a one-eyed, music possessed man who open up a record shop called Good Vibrations amidst the chaos surrounding him in Northern Ireland, is as heart-heartwarming as any music film I’ve ever seen. Capturing the … Continue reading

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Last Song Before The War

The Last Song Before The War takes you on a musical journey to Northern Mali, outside Timbuktu for the annual Festival in the Desert. The festival ran for 12 years serving as a gathering of different cultures and traditions, allowing … Continue reading

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Interview Andrew Naysmith of Tidelines

Tidelines will be screening on Saturday, February 15th at the Victoria Film Festival. Listen to my interview with the director of the film Andrew Naysmith on the trials of consolidating three-years of footage into a full-length documentary and the importance … Continue reading

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Triptych

A triptych in the art world, is a work of art divided into three separate sections or panels. In the case of the film of the same name, directors Robert Le Page and Pedro Pires seamlessly interweaves the lives of … Continue reading

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Karen Lam & Lauren Marsden – Co-Directors of The Pit: A Study in Horror

In today’s final installment of the interviews I did with some of the minds behind shorts you can see at today’s screening of Pure Creativity, I wanted to share a conversation I had with Karen Lam and Lauren Marsden, who … Continue reading

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