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CASEY AFFLECK's I'M STILL HERE

Why does Endevour's host Dan McPeake give "I Am Still Here" a B+ Grade? Check out what he has to say about this upcoming film. Set to hit Vancouver October 1st, 2010.

Joaquin Phoenix is a genius, while also somewhat insane. I’m Still Here, purports to be a documentary about Phoenix attempting to be a rapper. Turns out the film is more of an expose on chain-smoking, getting stoned, and snorting coke with Che Guevara. 

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Dan Mcpeake
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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The 4th Revolution (VIFF)

All revolutions are about power;  but 'The 4th Revolution,' a Vancouver International Film Festival highlight, is about renewable power.  Reviewer and Spoken Word Coordinator Frieda Werden says it is a must see and is heartened to know that "the energy revolution is not only inevitable but already well under way."

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Frieda Werden
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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The Book of Eli

CJSF volunteer Jay Peachy reviews the new apocalyptic blockbuster starring Denzel Washington, this is what he says...

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Jay Peachy
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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Invictus

CJSF volunteer Anna Santiago reviews Invictus, the latest film by director Clint Eastwood.

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Anna Santiago
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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White Ribbon

As part of CJSF's coverage of the 28th Vancouver International Film Festival, volunteer Mike Hoff reviews White Ribbon, directed by Michael Haneke here he explores the human condition through the lens of Modern Society...

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Mike Hoff
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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North

This year's Vancouver International Film Festival which ran from October 2nd to October 16th, and among the films at the festival were a refreshing number of foreign films. Justin Chow, watched some of these, including North from director Rune Denstad Langlo, and had this to say...

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Justin Chow
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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Canary

CJSF volunteer, Mike Hoff, reviews Canary as part of the Vancouver International Festival...

“Canary” is a science fiction film focused on privatized organ donation in the not-too-distant future. Alejandro Adams conjures a climate of corporate politics to substantiate the existence of Canary Industries, a private company which turns a profit through the provision and reclamation of human organs.

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Mike Hoff
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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Trash Humpers

CJSF volunteer Ryder White reviews Trash Humpers at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival...

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Ryder White
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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Antichrist

CJSF volunteer Hayley Gauvin reviews Lars Von Trier's controversial and provocative film Antichrist at this year's Vancouver Film Festival...

 There is little to no room for fence sitting when it comes to this movie. Antichrist has left audiences at Cannes, Toronto, New York, and now Vancouver at the opposite poles of outrage and elation. The film is very controversial, very graphic, and not for the faint of heart.

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Hayley Gauvin
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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ROCATERRANIA

CJSF volunteer Jay Peachy reviews Rocaterrania a film appearing at the 28th annual Vancouver Film Festival. 

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Jay Peachy
  • Posted on: 11 March 2016
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