Reviews

Charlotte’s Web Spins Tale of Friendship

Charlotte’s Web Spins Tale of Friendship

Charlotte's Web didn’t bring me to tears, but really did allow me to reflect on life and the value of friendships, through Wilbur’s realization of just how much his multi-legged friend had done for him. The radiant, yet humble pig really does remind us of the value of honouring our friendships, a great lesson for young and old.
Film Review: HAIDA GWAII ON THE BIG SCREEN

Film Review: HAIDA GWAII ON THE BIG SCREEN

Canadian documentary looks closely at the people, land, and history of Haida Gwaii. The island, known to many by its prior colonial name, the Queen Charlotte Islands, is 160 kilometres off the coast of British Columbia. The film presents Haida Gwaii as a microcosm of how the world could be.
A Grand Orgy

A Grand Orgy

"How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town" is more than a provocative title, and viewers will be drawn, delightfully, into Jeremy LaLonde’s latest indie film. The story delves deep into what happens behind closed doors in a close-minded town, and questions society’s treatment of sexual empowerment.