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Human Rights Watch Film Fest 2015: Uyghurs, Prisoners of the Absurd

As US forces inhabit Afghanistan in October of 2001 in search of their enemy number one Osama Bin Laden, the US military starts bombarding the country with flyers from planes above promising riches beyond compare for the information/capture of Taliban terrorists. 256 more words

Film Festival

Uyghurs: Prisoners of the Absurd – TIFF Bell Lightbox – March 13, 2015

By Pia Cabrera

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is back in Toronto for its 12th year, with a powerful lineup of eight films that tell extraordinary stories of struggle, survival and hope. 221 more words

Manhunter – TIFF Bell Lightbox – March 5, 2015

By Natalie Paterson

I got the chance to see another one of the films from the Michael Mann series being shown at TIFF Bell Lightbox… 176 more words

TBT: Stanley Kubrick Exhibition

It has been about a month and a half since I visited the Kubrick exhibit, but since I didn’t have a blog back then… I’ll talk about it for my first “Throwback Thursday”. 657 more words


Down the Rabbit Hole with Stanley Kubrick

By: Scott Alic

I had ticket regret: I had only just come out of a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s 1975 epic Barry Lyndon, and perhaps hopped up on the film’s sumptuous, painterly visuals, had apparently agreed to pick up a ticket for the screening immediately after:  Kubrick’s 1971 classic… 2,228 more words


Two Sheridan short films included in Canada's Top Ten Film Festival

Two short films from Sheridan’s Animation programs will headline the upcoming 14th annual Canada’s Top Ten Film festival.

The selections were announced on December 1st, as both “ 290 more words

Animation & Game Design

A look at The Stanley Kubrick Exhibition TIFF 2014 (with video)

This assignment is an out-of-town production and a atypical “nerdy subject”. Nevertheless, Kubrick’s work in films has influence on an abundance of nerdy pop culture, one example according to Jesse Wente, Director of Film Programmes for TIFF Bell Lightbox is Star Wars. 287 more words