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Film still showing landscape from "Gutland"
Humberto DaSilva | Gutland is a cinematic mind game set squarely in its chosen rural European context. The film can be best described as a "farm noir."
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film still River Blue
Kelly Okamura | Connecting cheap choices with living systems in River Blue. A conversation with the film makers on this yet to be released documentary.
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Image: Nice People (2015)
Cathryn Atkinson | A new documentary captures the story of the Somalian national bandy team, built in Sweden.
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Greg Macdougall | "We're going to change the way things are done." A new documentary follows the Vancouver Mental Patients Association and its impact from the 1970s to today.
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June Chua | In her new film 'Come Worry With Us!' award-winning director Helene Klodawsky explores motherhood and the artistic process in the world of Montreal musicians Jessica Moss and Efrim Menuck.
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Sean Carleton | The Lone Ranger rationalizes colonialism, denies Indigenous peoples' agency, and legitimizes the triumph of capitalism in western North America as natural and inevitable.
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Sean Carleton | Man of Steel, like other recent superhero films, ultimately reinforces many problematic ideals and beliefs underwriting the current neoliberal capitalist age.
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Christin Hoene | Drew Denny's semi-autobiographical road movie, showing at Inside Out this month, is a thoroughly enjoyable look at grief, friendship and loss.
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Humberto DaSilva | Jonna's Body, Please Hold was the premiere film of the Breast Fest Film Festival. In many ways it was the perfect start to a festival with the objective of drawing attention to breast cancer.
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Payback film poster
Humberto DaSilva | Payback the film is not an adaptation of Payback the book. The film is a creative re-imagining of the book, which requires not a little chutzpah when working with Margaret Atwood material.
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Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman asks questions about growing up in her new  film.
Cathi Bond | Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman's autobiographical documentary Neverbloomers: The Search for Grownuphood is a compelling piece of work exploring questions about what it means to grow up.
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Mel Watkins | Both as a movie buff and a veteran leftie, I've been waiting to see The Iron Lady so I could write about it. Having now seen the movie, I have to admit that I'm perplexed as to what to say and advise.