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Vampires, Gangsters, and Chet Baker—Welcome to Bruce McDonald’s DREAMLAND

2020-07-30T05:11:22+00:00

Bruce McDonald is one of Canada’s most original filmmakers. His latest movie features a narcissist, a hitman, a vampire, and Chet Baker. Sound Bizarre? Well, get ready to enter the world of Dreamland.

Mark Gordon: how would you best describe Dreamland?

Bruce McDonald: well, you know, it’s a strange one. I would […]

Vampires, Gangsters, and Chet Baker—Welcome to Bruce McDonald’s DREAMLAND2020-07-30T05:11:22+00:00

Matilda Sakamoto and Derrick Belcham — A Dance Film Collaboration

2020-05-22T23:28:19+00:00

By now, you have probably binge-watched all the good films on Netflix and Amazon Prime, and you think there’s nothing left on TV. Well, I’ve got great news for you, Dance Camera West presents the 2020 Virtual Film Festival, streaming until June 1, on OVID.TV

Matilda Sakamoto and Derrick Belcham — A Dance Film Collaboration2020-05-22T23:28:19+00:00

César Díaz Talks About Our Mothers (Nuestras Madres)

2020-05-11T04:56:52+00:00

Our Mothers (Nuestras Madres), the award-winning first feature film by César Díaz, follows Ernesto, a young anthropologist who works for the Forensic Foundation. His job is to identify the remains of those buried in unmarked graves, killed during the Guatemala genocide. While Ernesto works diligently to identify the missing, he searches for clues to the […]

César Díaz Talks About Our Mothers (Nuestras Madres)2020-05-11T04:56:52+00:00

Robert Jury talks about his film Working Man

2020-05-11T17:48:57+00:00

Working Man, a new film by Robert Jury, follows a factory closure in a small rust-belt town in the midwest and one man’s attempt to find meaning in his life after he loses a job. When I first got asked to cover the film, I wondered if it would hit too close to home. The world […]

Robert Jury talks about his film Working Man2020-05-11T17:48:57+00:00

Jim Akin talks about making the film “The Ocean of Helena Lee.”

2020-04-28T06:48:48+00:00

Jim Akin talks about making the film The Ocean of Helena Lee, a semi-autobiographical account of a difficult period in his childhood.

Jim Akin talks about making the film “The Ocean of Helena Lee.”2020-04-28T06:48:48+00:00

Hanan Harchol “About A Teacher”

2020-04-28T05:54:31+00:00

Hanan Harchol talks about his first feature film About A Teacher.

Hanon Harchol recounts his first three years as a public school teacher. We see his hardships and struggles as he enters the profession, oblivious to the actual demands of teaching. But Soon those obstacles become opportunities for […]

Hanan Harchol “About A Teacher”2020-04-28T05:54:31+00:00