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2014 Cannes Line Up

I am more excited about this line-up than last year’s. Not sure if it’s Xavier Dolan’s latest Mommy or Abderrahmane Sissako’s appearance with Timbuktu, but it just looks more promising and interesting to me. 425 more words

Film Festivals

On Resistance, Persistence, and Time - Images Festival 2014

write up by Jacqueline Valencia

Films in this program:

Creme 21 by Eve Heller (2013, 16mm/Video, Austria/USA)

Cells and Stalks by Herb Theriault (2012, 35mm/Video, Canada) 774 more words

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In Theatres: CESAR'S LAST FAST

Coming to NYC’s Quad Cinema today, Friday, April 18: CESAR’S LAST FAST

Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee’s tribute to Cesar Chavez’s life and mission had its world premiere at Sundance earlier this year. 34 more words

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The Muskoka Independent Film Festival...The Village of Rosseau, a Perfect Setting!

This summer the tiny Village of Rosseau plays host to The Muskoka Independent Film Festival (MIFF). It is the final event to mark the end of a larger, 2-month, Destination Rosseau, a festival of live theatre, art, music and film. 800 more words

Vince Grittani

Cannes 2014: Movies in Competition

The official in competition line-up for the 2014 Palm D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival has been announced. I know little (if anything) about most of them, but you know how I love to make predictions about this kind of thing, so here are some comments and thoughts about the selected movies.The president of this year’s Grand Jury is great filmmaker Jane Campion, so that’s exciting too. 1,413 more words

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Filmfest DC 2014 Kicks Off

So today marks the official start of FilmFest DC 2014! It runs from today, 4/17 till 4/27. I hope to attend as many screenings as I can, and relay the gems I am fortunate enough to discover! 49 more words

Filmscreenings

On VOD: GOD LOVES UGANDA

Out on VOD this week: GOD LOVES UGANDA

Roger Ross Williams’ investigation of the evangelical influence on anti-gay African laws had its world premiere at Sundance last year. 32 more words

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