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God in America

God in America (Directors: David Belton and Sarah Colt): America has always represented a place where almost anything is possible, where people can start over and from where new ideas, philosophies and movements emerge. This six-part series from PBS explores … Continue reading

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Interview: Andrew James and Joshua Ligairi

Cleanflix has a number of festival screenings coming up in the coming months. Catch the film at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Montana, and at Cinequest in San Jose, California. My first film at the 2009 Toronto … Continue reading

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Hadewijch (Director: Bruno Dumont): In this, his fifth feature film, Bruno Dumont has created something as mysterious and beautiful as his protagonist. We meet young Celine in a convent, where she is hoping to take her vows as a nun. … Continue reading

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TIFF 2009: Preliminaries, Part 1

TIFF season is upon us again. For the past few weeks, I’ve been patiently entering each batch of announced films into a spreadsheet, and noting with growing alarm the number of great films that are making their way to my … Continue reading

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Cure for Love

Cure for Love (Directors: Francine Pelletier and Christina Willings): I first heard about this documentary almost a year ago, and excitedly wrote to the filmmakers asking for a copy. To my shame, I’ve had that copy for almost eight months … Continue reading

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