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Celebrating First Peoples Cinema with TIFF Bell Lightbox

I was around 13-years-old when Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner) came out. The three-hour Inuit epic complemented my dad’s obscure taste in films; he decided to take his two teenaged sons to the movies for some Canadian cultural enrichment. Thinking “a...

Spotlight On: Open Roof Festival

Just imagine… you’re hanging out in the backyard with your friends. It’s a beautiful, warm summer night. You’ve got cold beer and hot music playing. Then, against all reason, a movie screen appears and that great movie – the one you meant...

Magenta sky: an interview with Ingrid Veninger

Ingrid Veninger isn’t one to follow rules. In fact, she’d prefer if everyone just ignored the rules and dove headfirst into everything, doing what feels right to them. This idea is something that runs through pUNK Films, the company ¬†Veninger founded in...