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Film review: 'The Fits' ★★★★

Just a week after Moonlight graced UK cinema screens in all its feverish beauty, we’re treated to another hard-hitting US indie release that places black characters front and centre. 80 more words


Film review: 'Lost In France' ★★★

Documentary filmmaker Niall McCann’s Lost in France is a nostalgic trip down memory lane for a group of mid-1990s bands and musicians borne from the influential Glasgow record label Chemikal Underground. 76 more words


Manchester by the Sea–EIFF16

“An uncle is forced to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies.”

So reads the description for Manchester by the Sea… 1,572 more words


EIFF 2016-Most Anticipated Films

This is probably the most excited I’ve been about a film festival lineup in Edmonton, although I feel mildly guilty because I feel like the draw for films by directors I know outweighs that of the more obscure festival fare. 753 more words


Below Her Mouth-EIFF16

As one of my most anticipated films of the festival, I went into Below Her Mouth with high hopes. As I sat in the theatre waiting for the film to start, I read… 661 more words


Girl with All the Gifts-EIFF16 (contains spoilers)

Last night we went to our first film of the festival, The Girl with All the Gifts. Having only heard of it this week, I was going in pretty blind. 1,137 more words


2016 Edmonton International Film Festival reviews

The Edmonton International Film Festival kicks off Thursday and once again Global Edmonton will have you covered when it comes to film reviews.

Todd James has compiled a number of reviews of films you can catch at this year’s festival, which features more than 150 films from Alberta, Canada and around the world. 2,017 more words