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Call Me By Your Name: Movie Review

‘Call me by your name’ was the one film that I was most excited for at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last summer. The story line was intriguing and the film was set in Italy, somewhere I was heading to at the time in August when I first heard about the film – which happened to be during the Venice International Film Festival was taking place (read about my experience at VIFF… 309 more words

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Exporting and Storing Files

How to export and store files:

From a digital camera or a smart device files are transferred onto a computer hard drive and sometimes onto cloud storage. 150 more words

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10 Movies

Eto na Jolens ang 10 movies ko:

(titles with names of directors)
1. Postmen In The Mountains by Huo Jianqi – there’s a scene where the lead carries his father across the stream and what that moment meant to both of them gets to me to this day. 481 more words

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TIFF Review: “The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches”

By Julianna Perkins

View the original published piece here.

Grade: B

Quebec director Simon Lavoie returned to the Toronto International Film Festival this year with a perverse gothic drama sure to stir conversation among the film crowd. 553 more words

Inside the CM Vault: Foreign Film Festival Guides

This first entry in the Vault series takes a look at a trio of film festival guides donated to the CM collection by a friend who attended the festivals. 13 more words