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The End Game?

Have you entered yet? Or are you too busy writing for the Fast Track to read this? I hope you’re taking a well-deserved breather, have a snack, a cup (or a cocktail glass) full of something delicious and a brain that is whizzing on creative overdrive. 480 more words

Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Doc Review: The Amina Profile (2015) ★★★★★

Amina Arraf. Born on October 12, 1975. She has a strong, and extremely unique personality. She is afraid of nothing, not even the heavily armed secret police of Damascus, who can arrest her, or even worse, kill her, for her modern views on life. 378 more words

Hot Docs

Interview: Sophie Deraspe and Sandra Bagaria talks The Amina Profile

It is no secret that everyone uses social networks. Some take advantage of advance technologies to stay connected with family members, some with friends…. But someone used it for absolutely different reason, such as meeting new people or to find love in their life. 3,998 more words


Doc Review: Dreamcatcher (2015) ★★★★

Everyone deserves to have a life they dream of. Every child deserves to have an unforgettable childhood. Every teenager deserves to have a regular teenage life. 482 more words

Movie Reviews

Buy it now. Hot off the press, literally!

When I opened this morning’s Globe and Mail (Saturday, July 4, 2015) and started browsing the various sections, my heart lifted when I saw the full-page picture of the intelligent and frankly-spoken Iris Apfel on the cover of… 300 more words

Icarus, Reversed: Sunshine Superman

BASE jumping is back, baby. The acronym stands for Building, Antenna, Span and Earth. In practice, it means strapping on a parachute and hurling oneself off a tall, fixed place, whether a skyscraper, communications tower, bridge or forbidding mountain cliff. 816 more words


Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck - Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, Toronto - May 15-30, 2015

HBO Documentary Films

Written and Directed by Brett Morgen


Review by Vanessa Markov

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is a brilliantly successful attempt to get behind the eyes and into the head of the late… 376 more words