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This year CFUV sponsored two VFF films: Bruce McDonald’s ‘Weirdos,’ and ‘I Called him Morgan’ about renowned trumpeter Lee Morgan. I saw the February 4th screening of Weirdos, and I’m really glad I did. Set in black and white 1970s…

I watched “India in a Day” on the same day, coincidentally, that I helped pack up my friend’s little apartment.  He traveled to India a year ago intending to evolve his spiritual journey, and he loves it so much he…

  I put off watching the last Oliver Assayas film for almost 2 years before falling in love with it this last year. Now I got the chance to go see his next film Personal Shopper at VFF. It once…

Ben Wheatley’s newest film Free Fire is not what you would expect in the slightest! It is billed as a comedy-thriller and Wheatley once again succeeds in subverting a genre movie to his needs much like what he did with…

Chloé Robichaud’s second film Pays (Boundaries) takes place in a fiction country, Besco, off the coast of Labrador with newly discovered iron deposits resource. It follows 3 women each at different points in their life as they work in the…

  It was such a pleasure to catch Bruce Mcdonald’s newest film, Weirdos at VFF this year. Definitely a great way to start off the fest with what I view as one of Canada’s greatest Directors making Canadian films. The…

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