Monthly Archives: May 2011

Into the wolf’s mouth

Enzo and Mary are outsiders. They have loved and defended each other for more than 20 years. He has spent 27 years in jail, she is his transexual former drug addict love. Their love story is the narrative spine of … Continue reading

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Freedom Riders

Completely mesmerized by this insightful documentary on the civil rights movement and the power of Freedom Riders. I discovered a whole patch of US history unkown to me. Freedom riders were non violent civil rights activists who rode interstate buses … Continue reading

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Vodka dreams

Fantasies of big-city stardom cushion a single mother labouring on an assembly line from the brutal banalities of life in Russia’s backwoods in this award-winning, intimately filmed story of the high price of dreams. Grand Jury Special Mention, One World … Continue reading

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Dancing in the night

At Night, They Dance is one family’s story. Filmed gorgeously without interviews or the use of a narrative voice, Isabelle Lavigne and Stéphane Thibault’s film takes us into the heart of a fierce clan of women, women who have been … Continue reading

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Dancing to the brink

I was not sure what to expect. They had booked me in for a quicky interview with the choreographer Ginette Laurin, director of the iconic Montreal dance company O Vertigo and a little bit of rehearsals filming time. Not sure … Continue reading

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