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The Oscar-nominated short films with their own moments of animated cinematic gold, in no short order

They are the little siblings of the Academy Awards, often overshadowed by the feature-length offerings. But the Oscar-nominated short films contain their own moments of cinematic gold. 425 more words


What makes Wim Wenders such a pivotal figure in German cinema

From the dusty desolation of Paris, Texas to the sizzling stages of Buena Vista Social Club, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is taking us On The Road with Wim Wenders… 99 more words


December 11th/Day 225: What's Done, Is Done

Shakespeare. Macbeth. I’m glad I appreciate Shakespeare a lot more now that I’ve grown up. The lyrical flow of the language, the assonance and consonance. Even when it’s harsh, it still sounds beautiful. 175 more words

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Andy Warhol: Stars Of The Silver Screen - Tiff Bell Lightbox, Toronto - November 6, 2015

By: Kat Harlton
Photography: Tiffany Shum


This past Friday I had the opportunity to check out the new Tiff Bell Lightbox exhibit: Andy Warhol: Stars Of The Silver Screen… 456 more words


Boom Box@Tiff Bell Lightbox(Thurs.,Nov.5th,2015)

By Nicolas Chan

It was called”A Night Of Explosive Creativity Inspired By The Exhibition of Andy Warhol:Stars Of The Silver Screen” and it delivered in style on a Thursday night in Toronto. 116 more words


November 3rd/Day 187: The Most Artsy Kungfu Film

I don’t know if one could call The Assassin (刺客聂隐娘) a kungfu movie. The film was so beautiful and slow-moving it hurt. Every single shot was perfectly set-up and deliberate, never a superfluous frame, matched with concise and minimalist dialogue. 41 more words

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October 30th/Day 183: Look Who's Back!

Sleep still fucked up. Slept for two hours and couldn’t fall back anymore. Finally passed out at 6am and woke up at 11:30, which was when I was supposed to be at TIFF for a volunteer shift. 76 more words

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