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Venice Film Review: 'The Bleeder'

“There’s more to you than meets the eye, Chuck. Not much more, but just enough.” This highly qualified compliment is directed on screen at the bedraggled hero of “The Bleeder,” but it could just as easily apply to the film itself. 1,009 more words

Markets & Festivals

Film Review: Monsieur Lazhar (2011)

A French-Canadian film set in Montreal brings together the dynamics of teacher suicide, politically-correct prohibited student physical contact, Algerian refugee status of the substitute teacher, and a classroom. 37 more words


La Passion d'Augustine big winner at the Gala du cinéma québécois

After weeks of controversy, it was finally time to celebrate our local cinema Sunday night.

The big question going into the newly re-named Gala du cinéma québécois was whether it would be possible to move beyond the scandal surrounding Claude Jutra and spend a couple of hours shining the spotlight on the best films made ici over the past year. 862 more words


André Turpin was happy to keep Endorphine's story ambiguous

If you go to see André Turpin’s extraordinary new feature Endorphine — and you really should — you will likely come out of the theatre wondering what the heck just happened. 823 more words


My Internship in Canada is 'comedy with a human touch' says director

When Philippe Falardeau talks about the humour in his films being able to “cross the border,” it makes sense to ask: To which boundary is he referring? 764 more words