There goes the neighbourhood… Directed by George Clooney, Suburbicon is a satirical look at the suburban world of the late 50s, as racial integration was truly beginning to break down social barriers. The film tells the story of Garner Lodge (Matt Damon), a family man who lives with his wife, paralyzed as a result of… [Read More]
Stream below for our 1on1 interview with director, Sean Menard! Directed by Sean Menard, UNINTERRUPTED’s The Carter Effect focuses its lens on the cultural impact of Vince Carter, former NBA all-star and face of the Toronto Raptors franchise from 1998-2004. While every city has a deep affection for their sports heroes, the relationship between Carter… [Read More]
Produced by Sherien Barsoum and directed by Andrew Moir, Babe, I Hate To Go tells the story of Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker who has spent half his life working in the Ontario tobacco belt to support his family in Jamaica. Goodbyes have become ritual but Delroy harbours a secret—he has cancer. Though his health… [Read More]
“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.” – Winston Churchill Opening with the above Churchill quote the documentary Becoming Bond may be the strangest example of story-telling in recent memory. Directed by Josh Greenbaum, Becoming Bond tells the story of one-and-done Bond actor George Lazenby—or rather, allows Lazenby to tell… [Read More]
I’ve reached the final day of Newport Beach Film Festival. I’ve managed to take in a load of films, but there are a whole lot more I could get to.