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TIFF 2021: Listening to Kenny G, Becoming Cousteau, Jagged | Festivals & Awards

As Kenny G gets deeper into the kind of mash-ups that created his controversial collaboration with Louis Armstrong, and allows…

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FACETS Reopening on September 17th with Anne at 13,000 Ft. | Chaz’s Journal

Having had its world premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival, “Anne at 13,000 Ft.” went on to win such…

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Bergman Island movie review & film summary (2021)

“Bergman Island” is the writer/director’s latest excursion full of surprising rewards. It finds Hansen-Løve in a characteristically reflective place, through…

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TIFF 2021: The Survivor, Montana Story, Lakewood | Festivals & Awards

The shame is that such dedicated work is in a film that almost defiantly refuses any sort of nuance. It’s…

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TIFF 2021: Astel, The Gravedigger’s Wife, Saloum | Festivals & Awards

Abdi and Warsame’s chemistry is sensual and steamy; you truly believe they fell in love at first sight and ran…

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Strength Behind the Joy: Max Harwood, Lauren Patel and Jonathan Butterell on Everybody’s Talking About Jamie | Interviews

Now Butterell is making his directorial film debut with the movie version of his show featuring marvelous newcomers Max Harwood…

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TIFF 2021: The Rescue, Attica, Hold Your Fire | Festivals & Awards

Nelson’s smartest asset is his well-rounded willingness to point fingers everywhere. He speaks to the surviving family members of people…

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You Can Be Loved No Matter What: Jessica Chastain on The Eyes of Tammy Faye | Interviews

I love the way she opened a soda can without damaging her manicure.  Got the nail file for the pop…

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The Eyes of Tammy Faye movie review (2021)

Chastain throws herself into Tammy Faye Bakker, the notorious wife of the King of televangelism, Jim Bakker (Andrew Garfield). In…

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The Starling movie review & film summary (2021)

The truth is that you might cry. It’s kind of hard not to when a drama centers people who have gone through…

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