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January 2015

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Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

TIFF Cinematheque Presents - Alex de la Iglesia

TIFF Cinematheque Presents - Alex de la Iglesia Alex de la Iglesia is one of the foremost most entertaining horror comedy action directors today. He occasionally slips away from horror to pure read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

TIFF Cinematheque Presents - Hou Hsiao-hsien

TIFF Cinematheque presents - The Films of Hou Hsiao-hsien Hou is foremost one of the most acclaimed and respected living directors today. Being Taiwanese, he ah promoted culture and knowledge read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

This Week's Film Reviews (Jan 30, 2015)

New films opening include PROJECT ALMANAC and the critically acclaimed A MOST VIOLENT YEAR.     See the Kubrick Exhibition at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Last Chance! FILM REVI read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

This Week's Film Reviews (Jan 23, 2015)

New films opening include THE BOY NEXT DOOR and STRANGE MAGIC. See the Kubrick Exhibition at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Last Chance! REVIEWS: THE BOY NEXT DOOR (USA 2015) ** Directed by Rob Cohen read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

Oscar Nominations

The list of nominations for the 87th Academy Awards In bold, is what or who will likely win, in this critic’s humble opinion. Best Picture “Birdman” “Boyhood” “Selma” “The Theory of Everythi read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

This Week's Film Reviews (Jan, 16, 2015)

Lots of new films opening this week.  PADDINGTON, BLACKHAT, AMERICAN SNIPER, ESCOBAR: PARADISE LOST and THE WEDDING RINGER provide lost to coose from. See the Kubrick Exhibition at the TIFF Bell read more..

Movie Reviews
Gilbert Seah

This Week's Film Reviews (Jan 9, 2015)

Only two new films opening this week -he excellent Winter Sleep and Taken3.  Lots of leftover goodies from Christmas led by The Hobbbit, Into the Woods and Unbroken. See the Kubrick Exhibition at read more..

Lifestyle
Meres J. Weche

The curly route: from sisters to entrepreneurs

The personal and entrepreneurial journeys of two Canadian naturalistas Readers may wonder what a bald black man could usefully contribute to the discussion about the growing black women’s natural h read more..

Arts
Meres J. Weche

Catching up with Weyni Mengesha

On going deeper with Lungs at Tarragon When I recently got the opportunity to speak to theatre director and dramaturge Weyni Mengesha about the latest production she’s directing, British playwright read more..

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