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‘You Are Here’ is compulsively watchable and utterly unique

You Are Here Written by Daniel Cockburn Directed by Daniel Cockburn Canada, 2010 Equal parts video essay, fragmented “thought experiment,” and social satire, Daniel Cockburn’s You Are Here is one of the most audacious English Canadian features to come down the pike in years. (Admittedly, that’s not a terribly prestigious ...

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Best Of Canadian Genre Film 2011

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The line up for the Fantasia Film Festival had so many great films this year, that we are still playing catch-up, even a month after the festival has ended. On this episode of Sordid Cinema, Simon, Rick and Justine sit down and discuss three of the best Canadian genre films ...

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Fantasia 2011: ‘You Are Here’ is compulsively watchable and utterly unique

You Are Here

You Are Here Written by Daniel Cockburn Directed by Daniel Cockburn Canada, 2010 Equal parts video essay, fragmented “thought experiment,” and social satire, Daniel Cockburn’s You Are Here is one of the most audacious English Canadian features to come down the pike in years. (Admittedly, that’s not a terribly prestigious ...

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Fantasia 2011: Canadian Films Well Worth Your Time (Update)

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  As Fantasia rings in its 15th anniversary, they are celebrating the founding fathers of Quebec’s genre cinema heritage — the legendary producing team of John Dunning and André Link a.k.a. the Roger Cormans of Canada. The duo regularly took risks supporting exciting new talent, kickstarting the careers of some ...

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