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FIN FEST REVIEW: Blistering Black Ice highlights racism in Canada’s game

Black Ice is a film that’s required viewing for Canadians wishing to understand hockey and its storied – and problematic – history in this nation. To see the depth and commitment to telling the full story of African-Canadian players and their contribution to the sport is what makes Black Ice an essential work. Oscar nominee […]

FIN FEST REVIEW: Swearing Jar a romance that will encompass viewers

I didn’t quite know what to expect when I sat down for a late-night showing of romantic drama The Swearing Jar. With an intentionally-vague premise, all I had heard was it was about a woman who finds true, cosmic love. In fact, she finds her soulmate twice, and becomes filled with conflict because of it. […]