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My Prairie Home Screens at the Bloor Cinema

My Prairie Home is a charming Canadian feature that follows Calgary-born, Montreal-based trans country/electro pop artist Rae Spoon on their (Spoon uses the gender-netural, third-person pronoun) journey “home” across the prairies. We fell in love with it immediately. Written and directed by Chelsea McMullan, the film was shot with small crew and three directors of photography, including… Read More »

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National Film Board of Canada is streaming important feminism film “Status Quo” free for the next three days

Last month Karen Cho’s new documentary, Status Quo: The Unfinished Business of Feminism in Canada, was screened at Bloor Docs Cinema. But if you missed it, don’t worry! The National Film Board of Canada is streaming Status Quo free of charge for the next three days (March 8 to 10). The streaming coincides with International Women’s Day (today! Happy day!) and is a part… Read More »

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