Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Jesus of Montreal - Filmed in Canada Ep.47

Filmmaker Nathan Douglas joins Alexander to testify to the miracle of Jesus of Montreal. Bless this podcast, listeners, by hearing their chat on Denys Arcand's celebrated movie.


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Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Jesus of Montreal.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

VIFF 2017 Wrap-up - Filmed in Canada Ep.46

VIFF 2017 is over so Chris, William and Alexander debrief at length on the movies they watched. Award winners Black Cop, Unarmed Verses and Never Steady, Never Still are discussed. Hear reactions to The Green Fog show with live music by Kronos Quartet. They also comment on: Meditation Park, Luk'Luk'I, Rupture, Shadow Nettes, The Martyr, The Tesla World Light, Maison du bonheur, Our People Will Be Healed, Hondros, The Divine Order, Sami Blood, Disappearance (they mistakenly call it Remembrance), Lady Bird, The Bolshoi, Still Night, Still Light, Infiltration and Blue. It's a long one.


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Tuesday, 10 October 2017

VIFF 2017 Mini-reviews #2

Alexander, Chris and William are at the 36th Vancouver International Film Festival, running September 28 to October 13. Here are more mini-reviews: Meditation Park, Keep Talking, Louise Lecavalier in Motion, Shut Up and Say Something and Tattoos. We'll have our post-festival podcast episode for you later.


Saturday, 7 October 2017

VIFF 2017 Check-in - Filmed in Canada Ep.45

Alexander Cairns, Chris Savory and William Lee are attending the 36th Vancouver International Film Festival. In our mid-festival update we talk about films from Canada and elsewhere: Maison du bonheur, Fail to Appear, The Cresent, In the Fade, Luk'Luk'I, The Party, Shut Up and Say Something, Keep Talking, Eye on Juliet, The Divine Order, Worst Case We Get Married and Happy End.


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VIFF 2017 runs from September 28 to October 13.

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

VIFF 2017 Mini-reviews #1

Alexander, Chris and William are at the 36th Vancouver International Film Festival, running September 28 to October 13. Here's our first instalment of mini-reviews: Machines, Luk'Luk'I and Public Schooled. We'll have mid-festival and post-festival podcast episodes for you later.