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Reading Romance can be Educational by guest blogger, Laurie Bodshaug.

Please welcome to the blog, Laurie Bodshaug, a delightful Amercian, and an avid reader of Harlequin Mills & Boon medical romances. Over to you, Laurie! 574 more words

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Hot Docs 2017 Interview: Chris Kelly on "A Cambodian Spring"

Injustice has a clear definition in any language you wish to search. It can happen to anyone and in any part of the world. But what does not happen often is, when justice that’s needed so desperately does not arrive to a land that needs that most. 1,691 more words

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Hot Docs 2017 Interview: Hesam Eslami Talks "20th Circuit Suspects"

How often, it may not apply to you of course, does an individual takes a camera to film a group of people who has stolen the cameraman’s car? 947 more words

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Hot Docs 2017 Interview: Stacey Tenenbaum Talks "Shiners"

When you are in customer service, any job you do is fine as long as you deliver customer satisfaction. Which is in case of Stacey Tenenbaum’s film SHINERS, where she explores the same profession from a different angle. 1,072 more words

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Hot Docs: Living the Game

The biggest change between grade 8 and grade 9 was that once I started high school I was allowed to leave school property on lunch. And leave I did. 392 more words


Film Review: 'Brimstone & Glory'

Eye candy that’s a nutritious, full meal, “Brimstone & Glory” trains its ecstatic camera on Tultepec, a town in south-central Mexico famed for its manufacture of fireworks — and an annual National Pyrotechnics Festival so giddily cinematic that the medium itself practically seems to roll over and wag tail in approval. 516 more words


Film Review: 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story'

The short, mercurial, sometimes self-defeating life of professional soccer player Justin Fashanu is so packed with drama that “Forbidden Games,” Adam Darke and Jon Carey’s documentary about him, often feels like a narrative feature — one that engrosses even as its complex central figure defies full understanding.  565 more words