Monthly Archives: March 2010

NFB Presents Green Screens

If I’m honest, I’d have to say the Toronto’s NFB Mediatheque programs so much great stuff every day of the week that I can’t keep up with it all. Just recently, I discovered that they host a monthly environmentally-themed screening … Continue reading

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Le Coach

Le Coach (Director: Olivier Doran): Max Chene (Richard Berry) is a “coach” who helps to motivate everybody from professional athletes to government ministers to business executives. After his gambling debts get out of control and his wife throws him out, … Continue reading

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Welcome (Director: Philippe Lioret): The title of Philippe Lioret’s latest film drips with irony. The French coastal town of Calais, where the film is set, resembles a fascist police state, at least when it comes to illegal immigrants and anyone … Continue reading

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Soundtrack for a Revolution

Editor’s Note: Doc Soup is a monthly documentary screening programme run by the good folks at Hot Docs. It gives audiences in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver their regular doc fix each year from the fall through to the spring, … Continue reading

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Les femmes de l’ombre (Female Agents)

Les femmes de l’ombre (Female Agents) screens as part of Cinefranco 2010 on Tuesday March 30 at 7:00pm at the AMC Yonge and Dundas. Les femmes de l’ombre (Female Agents) (Director: Jean-Paul Salomé): Films about World War 2 resistance fighters … Continue reading

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