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Toronto International Film Festival

By Cinema Scope / September 1, 2016

…By Clara Miranda | Cinema Scope Online,  TIFF 2018 Colette (Wash Westmoreland, UK) – Special Presentations By Chelsea Phillips-Carr The unrefined Gabrielle Sidonie becomes the controversial author Colette (Keira Knightley)…

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By cscope2 / September 22, 2021

…TIFF 2021 | Farha (Darin J. Sallam, Jordan/Sweden/Saudi Arabia) By Gabrielle Marceau | Cinema Scope Online,  TIFF 2021 By Gabrielle Marceau Farha opens with a familiar story: a young Palestinian…

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TIFF 2013 | Gabrielle (Louise Archambault, Canada)—Special Presentation

By Blake Williams / September 4, 2013

…filmmaker Louise Archambault got a treat for you. In Gabrielle, actress Gabrielle Marion-Rivard stars in the title role, and suffers from the same disorder (Williams syndrome) as her character; cheerful,…

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Bleurghing the Unspeakable: A Stroll Through Andrzej Zulawski’s Cosmos

By Christoph Huber / February 17, 2016

Marceau kept working till their private separation in 2001. Inaugurating a mellower phase, Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours (1989) couples Marceau’s clairvoyant (whose outrageous revelations are inevitably…

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Cinema Scope Issue 86 Table of Contents

By Cinema Scope / April 5, 2021

…and Ste. Anne by James Lattimer Exploded View *Steina & Woody Vasulka by Chuck Stephens Currency *A Glitch in the Matrix by Gabrielle Marceau Minari by Mallory Andrews Promising Young…

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Cinema Scope Magazine Home Page

By Cinema Scope / January 27, 2012

…Cronk | CS88,  From The Magazine,  Interviews Read More → Can’t Get You Out of My Head: Dasha Nekrasova on The Scary of Sixty-First By Gabrielle Marceau | CS87,  From…

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A Glitch in the Matrix (Rodney Ascher, US)

By Gabrielle Marceau / March 25, 2021

By Gabrielle Marceau In 1977, Philip K. Dick gave a speech titled “If You Find This World Bad, You Should See Some of the Others,” in which he revealed that…

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Cinema Scope Issue 85 Table of Contents

By Cinema Scope / December 22, 2020

…Cumming Her Socialist Smile by Jordan Cronk Inconvenient Indian and Trickster by Gabrielle Marceau There Are Not Thirty-Six Ways of Showing a Man Getting on a Horse by Devika Girish COLUMNS…

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Can’t Get You Out of My Head: Dasha Nekrasova on The Scary of Sixty-First

By Gabrielle Marceau / June 15, 2021

By Gabrielle Marceau Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut (1999) was, ostensibly, a film that couched a meditation on the mundane topic of marriage and mistrust in mysterious extravagances (operatic orgies,…

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Issue 87: Table of contents

By Cinema Scope / June 15, 2021

…on The Scary of Sixty-First by Gabrielle Marceau Depth is Real: A Conversation with Jean-Claude Rousseau by Blake Williams FEATURES Brief Encounters: Hamaguchi Ryusuke’s Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy by Beatrice…

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TIFF 2021 | Kicking Blood (Blaine Thurier, Canada)

By Gabrielle Marceau / September 10, 2021

By Gabrielle Marceau Early in Blaine Thurier’s existential vampire drama, the beautiful, bloodsucking Anna (Alanna Bale) takes home the hapless drunk Robbie. He asks for a drink, and Anna replies:…

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TIFF 2021 | Maria Chapdelaine (Sébastien Pilote, Canada)

By Gabrielle Marceau / September 10, 2021

By Gabrielle Marceau Maria (Sara Montpetit) is the eldest daughter of a settler family living in rural Québec after the turn of the century, and like many literary heroines, she…

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TIFF 2021 | Farha (Darin J. Sallam, Jordan/Sweden/Saudi Arabia)

By Gabrielle Marceau / September 14, 2021

By Gabrielle Marceau Farha opens with a familiar story: a young Palestinian girl, nearing womanhood, who is trying to determine the course of her life beyond the confines of tradition….

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Colette (Wash Westmoreland, UK) — Special Presentations

By Chelsea Phillips-Carr / September 5, 2018

By Chelsea Phillips-Carr The unrefined Gabrielle Sidonie becomes the controversial author Colette (Keira Knightley) in Still Alice director Wash Westmoreland’s latest melodrama. The biopic, based on the writer’s early years,…

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The Great Depression: Jerry Lewis’ Last Movies

By Christoph Huber / December 12, 2013

…else?” asks the credits, while Marcel Marceau beautifully sings the main theme—plays Warren Nefron, first seen failing to end his life (loose noose, etc.) until a gunshot is discharged into…

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TIFF 2021 | Petite maman (Céline Sciamma, France)

By Courtney Duckworth / September 8, 2021

…portrayed by Sanz’s twin, Gabrielle. Neither remarks on the resemblance, or on the sudden rain that propels them into the girl’s home, an uncanny photocopy of Nelly’s. Other coincidences accrue,…

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Global Discoveries on DVD: Compulsively Yours (including a few real-life confessions/admissions)

By Jonathan Rosenbaum / September 23, 2019

…the series as Rebecca, boss Darryl (Pete Gardner), neighbour Heather (Vella Lovell), romantic rival Valencia (Gabrielle Ruiz), and at least three of Rebecca’s boyfriends among the infectees—can only be seriously…

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Kingsway (Bruce Sweeney, Canada) — Contemporary World Cinema

By Mallory Andrews / September 6, 2018

…siblings, Matt (Jeff Gladstone) and Jess (Camille Sullivan), and their mother Mary (Gabrielle Rose). When Matt spots his wife’s motorcycle parked outside a seedy motel on Vancouver’s Kingsway, he and…

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Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié n’ont fait que se creuser un tombeau (Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie, Canada)

By Adam Nayman / December 19, 2016

(Gabrielle Tremblay) physically attacks an older john and then collapses weeping into his arms; he relates his youthful dalliance with revolutionary literature before telling her that one day she’s going…

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TIFF Day 2: Short Cuts Canada | The Crimes of Mike Recket | Dangerous Liaisons | Dredd 3D | Eat Sleep Die | End of Watch | Frances Ha | The Hunt | Krivina | Road North | Spring Breakers | Stories We Tell

By cscope2 / September 7, 2012

…all, the film squanders the great Gabrielle Rose. Neither a successful crime story nor a subversive genre critique, this feels like the work of an auteur adrift.   Dangerous Liaisons…

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TIFF Countdown -3: Crazy Horse / Among Us / Amy George / Cuchera / Cut / Footnote / Keyhole / Last Days in Jerusalem / Mushrooms / Pink Ribbons, Inc. / The Silver Cliff / A Simple Life / Think of Me / The Year of the Tiger

By cscope2 / September 5, 2011

…colour, deemed the most comforting and warm-fuzziest. It’s one of many interesting revelations in Pool’s Pink Ribbons, Inc., her first doc since her 1997 TV film about French-Canadian author Gabrielle

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