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Love in Kilnerry – multi-award winning comedy about small town libido levels

posted Sunday, November 13, 2022

by: in Film

Love in Kilnerry is about the residents of a small remote town who panic when the EPA announces mandatory changes to their chemical plant could cause a dramatic increase to their libido. The sheriff, played by Daniel Keith, tries to maintain order and decency but mayhem ensues. The movie is in the vein of Waking […]

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Pomegranate Film Festival celebrates Armenian inspired films – until Nov 13, 2022 (Toronto)

posted Friday, November 11, 2022

by: in Film, Streaming Online, Toronto

The Pomegranate Film Festival celebrates Armenian inspired film. Established in 2006 stems from the Toronto Chapter of the Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society, a group of young Armenian professionals, bound by a passion for film and culture. Fresh, dynamic, prolific, and rich with culture, it depicts topics relevant Armenian culture through the medium of films […]

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Interview With The Vampire – a modern, historical queer fantasy love story

posted Thursday, November 10, 2022

by: in Film, Queer, Streaming Online

It’s been nearly five decades since Anne Rice released Interview with the Vampire (1976) , the first of a series of novels that would garner her fans worldwide. It also was turned into a major Hollywood blockbuster movie, starring Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise in somewhat homoerotic roles. Those homoerotic illusions have now become a […]

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Duran Duran release concert documentary, A Hollywood High

posted Friday, November 4, 2022

by: in Film, Music

Duran Duran release a brand-new, 75 minute docu-concert film, entitled A Hollywood High, that captures the band performing live on a rooftop in Los Angeles, alongside exclusive interviews and archival footage that tells the story of their long-time love affair with the city.  The past 12 months have seen Duran Duran release their widely acclaimed 15th studio […]

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Ramblings of a Middle-Aged Drag Queen – world premiere at Hamilton Film Fest – Nov 6, 2022

posted Tuesday, November 1, 2022

by: in Drag, Events, Featured Events, Film, Hamilton

Ramblings of a Middle-Aged Drag Queen, a short film written by gender queer Hamilton actor and screenwriter Darren Stewart-Jones, makes its world debut at the Hamilton Film Festival on November 6th, 2022 at the Staircase Theatre. “I am thrilled to share this short film with audiences,” says Stewart-Jones, who also appears in the film as […]

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Rendezvous With Madness announces 30th anniversary programming, with film, performance, and art- Oct 27 to Nov 6, 2022

posted Tuesday, October 25, 2022

by: in Featured Events, Film, Toronto

With the importance of mental health awareness at the forefront of myriad conversations, as the world continues to experience the impacts of the pandemic, Workman Arts has announced the full line-up for their 30th-anniversary edition of the Rendezvous With Madness Festival – the largest and longest-running arts festival in the world dedicated to the intersection of mental […]

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Doug and The Slugs and Me – an intimate look at the iconic 1980s Canadian band

posted Saturday, October 22, 2022

by: in Film

Doug and the Slugs and Me follows filmmaker Teresa Alfeld (Savoy Films) as she uncovers the story of Doug Bennett, leader of the legendary 1980s Canadian party band Doug and the Slugs — and the dad of her childhood best friend. It’s a nostalgia-packed ride down the back roads of Canadian rock history, that features music […]

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Spotlight on Toronto based writer, filmmaker, and artist Madeline Rose Fiore

posted Friday, October 21, 2022

by: in Film

Madeline Rose Fiore recently turned her self-published poetry book, My Pocketbook of I Love You’s into a short film, which has won several awards, including Best LGBTQ Film, Best Cinematography, and a People’s Choice Award from local film festivals. Throughout the book and film, readers and viewers can experience Madeline’s journey with love and all […]

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Drop The Needle – story behind Toronto’s infamous Play De Record store

posted Thursday, October 20, 2022

by: in Film, Music

Drop The Needle tells the story of Play De Record, one of the most important record shops for EDM and Hip Hop heads during the 1990s. In August 1990, Eugene Tam opened a small family-run record store on Yonge Street. Through word of mouth, Play De Record quickly became a magnet for college radio and […]

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Dan Levy’s Directorial Feature Film Debut, “Good Grief”, Tackles Family Love and Loss

posted Wednesday, October 19, 2022

by: in Film

Canada’s own four-time Emmy-winner Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek) makes his directorial film debut with Good Grief, telling the story of Marc Dreyfus who chose to distract himself from the loss of his mom with a comfortable marriage. But when his husband also dies, unexpectedly, Marc is forced to finally confront the grief he’s tried so […]

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