Tag: Toronto

Blood in the Snow Film Festival 2018 Review: Tomas Street’s ‘Fugue’

“One of the most exciting things about smaller film festivals is the possibility of seeing the kind of movie that one might not get to see otherwise. That’s what makes Tomas Street’s ‘Fugue’ such a great discovery.”

Blood in the Snow Film Festival 2018: A Showcase for Shorts

“While not every film in this BITS shorts showcase completely hits its mark, each has something to offer. It’s refreshing to see this array of talent on display from Canadian creators.”

Hell in the Mirror of Heaven: An Interview with Cold Cave’s Wesley Eisold

Leslie Hatton Interviews Cold Cave’s Wesley Eisold

Vague Visages Short Stories: Forty Whacks by Suri Parmar

Vague Visages Short Stories #9: Forty Whacks by Suri Parmar (Toronto, Canada)

Vague Visages Writers’ Room: Weekend Vibes 3.30.18

Weekend Vibes is a Friday column about streaming recommendations, new release hype and entertainment events. 

Critics in Conversation: Manuela Lazic and Adam Nayman – First Cinematic Loves, Current Inspirations and Finding Your Voice

In the first part of a three-chapter conversation conducted over months via a large Google Doc, film critics Manuela Lazic and Adam Nayman discuss what makes a writer’s voice, colleagues that keep inspiring them and how, a generation apart, they became interested in movies and writing.

Album Review: WHIMM ‘A Stare Ajar’

“This is a trio dwelling on the sharp, atonal edge of post-punk”

Review: Kazik Radwanski’s ‘Scaffold’

“Out of a fractured, tentative world, Kazik Radwanski created a strong and whole short film.”

Ty Segall Goes Acoustic at Toronto’s Night Owl Festival

“As Segall’s self-assurance increased, so did his funny banter.”

TIFF 2017 Review: Govinda Van Maele’s ‘Gutland’

“The brooding ominousness Van Maele plays with throughout seems to run through many of this year’s European offerings.”

EP Review: Of Montreal ‘Rune Husk’

“This is the closest anyone has come to the Head-era Monkees.”