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Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman – new crime thriller on the notorious serial killer

posted Sunday, November 28, 2021

by: in Film

Yes, yet another movie on the 1970s serial killer that still intrigues millions. What is this fascination with serial killers that attracts the attention of viewers? Notorious killer, Ted Bundy (Chad Michael Murray), stalks the highways of gritty 1970s America looking for his next victim. Hunting him are FBI agents Kathleen McChesney and (Roden) Robert […]

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See You Next Christmas – single to mingle through the holidays

posted Thursday, November 25, 2021

by: in Film

Annie and Tom Clark throw a holiday party every year, “Clarkmas.” Over the years, it’s become the go-to holiday event for their ragtag group of friends. When chronically single Natalie and Logan continue to run into each other at the party year after year, they begin to wonder if maybe they’re meant to be together. […]

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Christmas At Cattle Hill – family friendly animated holiday special

posted Thursday, November 25, 2021

by: in Film

Klara the Calf is excited to spend her first Christmas on Cattle Hill with her Father, but when they arrive at the farm Klara is disappointed to see he has not attempted to decorate for the holidays. When her father is unexpectedly called away for work, Klara sees it as an opportunity to make Cattle […]

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Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn – a sexual comedy on hypocrisy and prejudice in our societies

posted Thursday, November 18, 2021

by: in Film

BAD LUCK BANGING OR LOONY PORN is the eighth full length feature film by celebrated Romanian auteur Rady Jude. A three-part satire that follows a schoolteacher named Emi (Katia Pascariu) who must face the consequences of a personal sex tape being leaked on the internet. The three loosely connected parts include a walk in the […]

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Isaac – two teenage lovers reconnect years later, each with their new partners

posted Tuesday, November 16, 2021

by: in Film

Isaac is based on the Spanish stage play “El día que nació Isaac” by Antonio Hernández, that follows two old friends, Denis and Nacho, who meet again – both with their respective partners – years after having an intense relationship as teenagers.  Nacho and his wife Marta are attempting to get pregnant without success, while […]

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Black and White Gala: The Unstoppable Ball – in person and virtual options – November 19, 2021 (Toronto)

posted Monday, November 15, 2021

by: in Charity, Events, Featured Events, Queer

  After the year we’ve had, we could all use a good night of celebrating. Inspired by the bright lights of disco and the legends of the New York City ballroom scene, come celebrate the incredible achievements of Canada’s LGBT+ community, hear stories from some of our fearless LGBT+ leaders, and enjoy an evening of […]

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European Union Film Festival – available virtually country wide – Nov 12 to 28, 2021

posted Wednesday, November 10, 2021

by: in Film

The European Union Film Festival (EUFF) returns online, from November 12 to 28, 2021, offering  access to some of the best films Europe has to offer, including a number of women and BIPOC directors, documentaries, and LGBTQ2+ films. This year’s festival provides cinephiles across Canada with access to works from some of Europe’s top talent, including a […]

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival – Nov 12 to 20, 2021

posted Wednesday, November 10, 2021

by: in Film

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) connects the global outdoor community with international filmmakers, creators and speakers, so that mountain adventures can be brought into the homes of viewers. The Festival offers mountain film screenings, live multimedia presentations, photography exhibitions, workshops, seminars & other special events. In February, they host an annual international 10-day […]

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The Acid King – documentary on an alleged 1984 satanic sacrifice murder

posted Tuesday, November 9, 2021

by: in Film

 The Acid King is a documentary on Ricky Kasso, the young American who murdered his friend, Gary Lauwers, in an alleged “Satanic sacrifice” in 1984, available for review in advance of the release. Dan Jones and Jesse Pollack production. On Demand November 9 from Wild Eye Releasing.

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Sort of – Queer South Asian Non-Binary Series Breaks Boundaries on Television

posted Monday, November 8, 2021

by: in Queer, Television, Toronto, Trans

The new CBC and HBO Max original series, SORT OF, made its North American premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Sort Of will make queer-story by becoming the first (Canadian) primetime TV series to have a queer / trans-feminine South Asian and Muslim performer cast in the lead role, as well as featuring […]

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