Soir de pleine lune au Janicule.
Volume 25 issue 2
As I run along my routine jogging trail from middle-class NDG in Montreal, up the hill into the Westmount maze […]
Je n’ai pas découvert la musique au concert mais au cinéma à travers le son feutré des haut-parleurs qui s’associe […]
Indo-Canadian filmmakers have contributed to bringing stories and faces that we don’t see in Canadian Cinema.
A film by Marie Boti and Malcolm Guy-52 min, productions Multi-Monde 2012.
As we prepare to release our latest documentary, the End of Immigration?
If you were to ask your friends whether they thought Canadian films were sexy, they would probably laugh and unanimously […]
Cigarette smoke rises in small plumes, merging into the dust beam created by the projection light in a full theatre […]
[This piece originally appeared in Five Dials Number 15 and is reproduced with their kind permission.] In Sophocles’ tragedy, the […]
Avec huit documentaires achevés, je devrais pouvoir me considérer une réalisatrice expérimentée et envisager le restant de ma carrière avec […]
Welcome to Canada (1989) and Monsieur Lazhar (2011) This film review will comment on two Canadian films that deploy immigrants […]
Dreaming By Movies In 2012, a great number of people of the world’s population live and stay in one place, […]
Many years ago, Bernardo Bertolucci, on a visit to Canada, was asked what he thought of the movie industry in […]
Confronted with the query –“Are Canadian films sexy … question mark?” – – I was baffled as what angle […]
Aonan Yang was born in Wo Long Quan, (Dragon Creek Village), Liao Ning Province, China.
I would like to share with you a few thoughts on my experience as someone born and brought up […]
[audio: Diamond.mp3] The Diamond that Used to be You Oh honey, after you died from eating […]