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Keith Waterfield

  • Vicky Cristina Barcelona set with Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson, and Woody Allen. I saw Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona at its Canadian premiere at the 32nd Montreal World Film Festival to a sold-out crowd in the beautiful Italian Renaissance-styled Imperial Theatre. The audience –…

  • Baghead, the newest release by the brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, played at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Film Festival to a packed audience. Baghead has been advertised as a creepy movie about young people in a cabin in the woods, who are stalked and hunted.…

  • When I sat down to watch Ivan O’Mahoney and Laura Winter’s Baghdad High – The Boys of Baghdad High in the United Kingdom, where it was initially shown – I didn’t know what to expect. Baghdad High is a documentary about four Baghdad male youths…

  • The world premiere of Repo! The Genetic Opera took place at Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival on Friday, July 18. When I approached the theatre (over an hour early) there were hundreds of dedicated fans – who knew about the film through the original play, snippets…

  • Repo! The Genetic Opera by Darren Lynn Bousman. Bill Moseley & Terrance Zdunich Interview: ‘Repo: The Genetic Opera’ Discussed On Friday, July 18, I got to sit with horror-film acting legend Bill Moseley (photo, on the left) – Moseley was Chop Top from The Texas…

  • La Antena. Esteban Sapir’s silent, surrealist Argentinean production La Antena / The Aerial had its Canadian premiere to a very appreciative audience at the Fantasia Film Festival (website) on July 4. From beginning to end, La Antena dazzled the eyes and stirred the emotions. As…

  • The life of Darby Crash and the Germs was based around a five-year plan. Director Rodger Grossman would spend triple that amount of time making a film version of the events surrounding those five years. What We Do Is Secret is a biopic of Crash…

  • The 12th edition of the Fantasia Film Festival, North America’s premier genre film festival, began on July 3 and continues until July 23 in Montreal. This year, the Fantasia Film Festival has been showcasing films from Japan, Spain, South Korea, Italy, Hong Kong, Germany, Thailand,…

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