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Canadian Film Festival 2017 Review: "The Bakebook" (2016) ★★★★

Ginny and Leon had a wonderful life together living in a two-bedroom apartment in Toronto. The way they met is almost like it is written in fairy tales. 353 more words

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Canadian Film Festival 2017 Review: "Great Great Great" (2016) ★★★

It took me a significant amount of time to think over Adam Garnet Jones’ Great Great Great before reviewing it. Luckily, his previous feature film that I had the pleasure of viewing, helped me to understand his new work better. 423 more words

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Canadian Film Festival 2017 Review: "She Came Knocking" (2017) ★★★★

There is no easy way to begin reviewing John Ainslie’s short film She Came Knocking, as within a short amount of time it touches upon three significant subject matters: abuse, to be or not to be a bystander witness and how police responds to that matter. 442 more words

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Canadian Film Festival 2017 Review: "Edging" (2016) ★★

I have never forced myself to like or at least sit through till the end of any movie with such impatience the way it happened with Natty Zavitz’s… 306 more words

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Canadian Film Festival 2017 Review: "An American Dream" (2016) ★★★★

An American Dream I intended to see as a part of the Canadian Film Festival. I had no hope or expectation from it when I started watching it. 698 more words

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Festival Files: 2017 DFW South Asian Film Fest

Celebrating its third year, the Dallas/Fort Worth Asian Film Festival (DFW SAFF) kicks off this weekend. With an impressive slate of shorts, documentaries and feature films, the festival will also feature a variety of Q&A sessions with stars and directors. 572 more words

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Hot Docs 2016 Review: "My Scientology Movie" (2016) ★★★★★

Scientology is  a quite a scary religion that for some reason gets more publicity than it deserves. However, I always find so much fun every time when I watch a film about this cult. 423 more words

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