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*George Melnyk* is a retired film prof from the University of Calgary. He has written and edited almost 30 books, a half-dozen on Canadian film. He is also a...
*Isaac Wurmann* is a freelance journalist living and working in Winnipeg. He is a recent graduate of the journalism program at Carleton University, where he completed a double major in journalism and...
*Kevin Dong* is an independent filmmaker, programmer, and cinephile-at-large based in Calgary, Alberta. He is currently the Programming Coordinator for Calgary Cinematheque. He is also producing his first feature...
I have been listening to and really loving an amazing eight episode podcast about gender non-binary identities called NB from the BBC.1Gender non-binary is “an umbrella term for people...
How Real Do You Want Me To Be?: Kate Craig’s DELICATE ISSUE
The soundtrack contains heavy breathing accompanied by the sound of a heartbeat. At times the heartbeat and breathing become slightly muffled by the microphone. In the initial shots of...
Fostering Women and Filmmaking: 30 Years of Herland
Herland is an organization that seeks to bring films by and about women to a larger audience. Originally a festival, Herland is now focused on advancing women's careers...
- A Lineage of Self: Vivek Shraya’s TRISHA
Time Record: A Memoir of Teenage Cinephilia by VCR
I first saw The Mephisto Waltz not on a commercial VHS tape, either rented or purchased, but as one taped off of broadcast television. I last saw it...
Machine Language Protocol: Jeremy Shaw’s QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY
The three short films in Vancouver-born, Berlin-based director Shaw’s Quantification Trilogy, Quickeners (2014), Liminals (2017), and I Can See Forever (2018), look like documentaries dating from the near to...
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