Editor's Note

BY Lindsay Sorell

To hunt down and supersede the twin figures of narcissism and paranoia

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Of Love and Politics: Kiju Yoshida’s Love + Anarchy

BY Bryn Evans

Considering Arrow Academy’s recent release of Yoshida’s “political trilogy,” Bryn Evans draws out ideas of revolution as faith, romance, and a return to the body as a radical weapon.

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Convictions: Rita McKeough's Veins

BY Areum Kim

A walk though slithering wooden snakes, the oil empire, and peaceful revolution.


Prayer and Ritual in Cinema

BY Guillaume Carlier

The ritual of watching, the ritual of horror: accessing the divine through the manufactured feeling of dread.

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On Context

BY Dan Olson

Batman vs. Superman, the paradox of the sold-out “underground” festival, and being commissioned to write a festival review at all.


First Nations Involvement in Alberta’s Film Industry

BY Mary Arnatt

Decades of the Stoney Nakoda’s role in film as highly skilled stuntmen, set builders, mountain guides, location scouts, wranglers, extras, and actors—finally recorded.

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