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Figurine- Dwelling into the Banal

Last night’s screening of the film, Figurine, by Hans Olson, is a tale of what I like to call a journey into “entropic mediocrity”.  Entropic not as an action of deterioration but in a direction of increased disorder or in this film, a change to cause reaction.  We observe the...Read More »


On Manitoba road trip, wins make up for losses

By Kristjanna Grimmelt

In Borealis, directed by Winnipeg filmmaker Sean Garrity, it is never a gamble to care for those who matter most.

Teenaged Aurora (Joey King) has green hair, a pot habit, and a tendency to take off when her father’s card game habit and irresponsibility are too much. She also...Read More »


Rom-com a 3D journey through ice and snow

Beautiful scenery and down-to-earth, funny characters make 40 Below and Falling 3D well worth watching—though the word ‘falling’ refers more to love than temperature.

Kate (Jewel Staite), a teacher in a northern village, is heading home to be married. On the day she’s about to leave, she wakes up to the...Read More »


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