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Hal Niedzviecki

The highs and lows in the CanLit scene were often one in the same this year more

Books

As an Indigenous writer, I have always had the opposite experience when it comes to cultural appropriation – being told my opinions did not matter made telling stories of Native injustices impossible for a long time more

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Alexandra Caufin

Get your fix of The Feathertale Review, Carousel, Broken Pencil, Poetry is Dead and Taddle Creek more

Books

Corporations have global hoop dreams for basketball star Yao Ming but bigger isn't better more

Reviews

Turtles Can Fly (Bahman Ghobadi). 93 minutes. Subtitled. Opens Friday (April 22). For venues and times, see Movies, page 97. Rating: more

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But documentaries about Iraq get scrutinized in tyrannical ways more

Movies & TV

With a strong slate of international shorts, 18th annual Images Fest shrugs off experimental more

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Hollywood casts mixed-race issue in black and white - again more

Movies & TV

It's an artist's job to pound away at the same theme - only celebrities reinvent themselves more

Movies & TV

People allow cameras to invade their privacy, only to regret it later more

Movies & TV

Director and Maggie Cheung demonstrate the fetishistic dynamics between director and muse more

Movies & TV

Republicans are supposed to hate Hollywood, but the Academy's best picture faves seem like they're born right out of Bush's truth-diddling vision more

Movies & TV

Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Romßo Dallaire (Peter Raymont) 90 minutes. Opens Friday (February 18) at Camera and Bloor. For venues and times, see Rep & Indie Film, page 90. Rating: more

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The editing process has taken over our perceptions of everything from television to our own lives more

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The boy and his talking animal friend are a powerful formula, so why does Disney mess with it? more

Interviews & Features

Don McKellar's Childstar shines, but we all know that today's cute kid may be tomorrow's felon more

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Michael Radford tries, but it's hard to forget that Shakespeare played anti-Semitism for laughs more

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