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Girl On The Edge Review

By:  Adrienne Vaught

Based on a true story “Girl On The Edge” is a film every parent and young adult MUST see! Filmmaker Jay Silverman recounts the very real story of the vulnerable young Hanna Green with unrestricted and unsupervised access to the dangerous world of social media. 118 more words

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In Theatres: MISERY LOVES COMEDY

Coming to theatres tonight, Friday, April 24: MISERY LOVES COMEDY

Kevin Pollak’s exploration of the process behind stand-up comedy had its world premiere at Sundance earlier this year. 24 more words

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#HotDocs15: Second Batch of Reviews

By John Corrado

After officially starting last night with the premiere of Tig, we are now entering the first weekend of Hot Docs.  I’ve got a busy week coming up, with two screenings on the docket for today, and plans to do another four tomorrow. 1,021 more words

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A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night: Review

The image of a girl vampire, captured in black-and-white, smoky eyes and dark lips, sweeping downhill on a skateboard in the middle of the night, her black Iranian chandor flowing behind her, is not easily forgotten. 808 more words

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What Does It Mean to Be Grown-Up? Adult Beginners' Stars Tell Us

Does anyone really have it all together? Who knows. Adult Beginners explores the complicated world of being grown-up through the eyes of Jake (Nick Kroll), a tech entrepreneur whose seemingly-perfect life falls apart in New York City after an invention of his goes bust. 919 more words

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In Theatres: KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK

Coming to theatres tomorrow, Friday, April 24: KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK

Brett Morgen’s reflection on the iconic Nirvana frontman made its bow at Sundance earlier this year. 37 more words

Film

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence: Review

Three ‘meetings with death’ open this final instalment of Roy Andersson’s darkly comic trilogy about what it means to be human. A man has a heart attack while his wife prepares dinner in the next room, an old woman refuses to let go of her handbag as she awaits death in hospital and a man lies dead on a cafeteria floor while staff debate what to do with the food he’s paid for. 887 more words

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