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film

  • Holiday
    Full disclosure: Holiday is not for everyone. It is very graphic in some scenes, and it will make you uncomfortable. This is the directorial debut of Isabella Eklöf, and [read on]
  • Thunder Road
    Thunder Road is one of those films that successfully combines drama and humour so well, even if the premise is devastating for its main protagonist. After its screening at [read on]
  • Venom
    Venom is a very interesting movie. It’s a waste of potential, but it’s still entertaining to watch. After being in Spider-Man 3 for only fifteen minutes, many fans are [read on]

theatre

literary

  • José at Kalle Nio
  • Venom
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • The Children. Canadian Stage.
  • Spheres
  • The House with a Clock in its Walls.
  • Nana.
  • Mandy. Photo courtesy of Elevation Films.
  • A Simple Favour
  • Skate Kitchen
  • Chuck Steel
  • Shakespeare in the Ruelles
  • We the Animals
  • Bill Glied in The Accountant of Auschwitz
  • The Witch Part 1: The Subversion

FNC 2018: Holiday [Review]

October 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

Full disclosure: Holiday is not for everyone. It is very graphic in some scenes, and it will make you uncomfortable. This is the directorial debut of Isabella Eklöf, and [read on]

FNC 2018: Thunder Road [Review]

October 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

Thunder Road is one of those films that successfully combines drama and humour so well, even if the premise is devastating for its main protagonist. After its screening at [read on]

Venom: Lost potential

October 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

Venom is a very interesting movie. It’s a waste of potential, but it’s still entertaining to watch. After being in Spider-Man 3 for only fifteen minutes, many fans are [read on]

Film Review: If Beale Street Could Talk

October 7, 2018 // 0 Comments

One of the best things about period films set in turbulent times in American history (Selma, The Long Walk Home) is that modern audiences are pushed to see how far things [read on]

Documentary Review: Nana

September 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

The deeply moving 2016 documentary Nana does something that seems impossible; despite its harrowing subject matter, which chronicles the life and experiences of one [read on]
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