SITUATING HONORCIDE by David Solway
Why disobedient daughters don't
get the last word.
THE UNCONFESSED by Mark Goldfarb
Do we need a law that tells us to
do unto others as we would have them do
unto us? The Law of Life says otherwise.
OCEANS DROWNING IN PLASTIC by Captain
What have they done to our seas?
Ravaged and plundered, ripped them and bit them.
THE SEVEN DEADLY SPINS by Geoff Olson
No one ever choked to death swallowing
FEAR AND TREMBLING IN MUMBAI by
Will a failing Pakistan take India
down with it?
HOMELAND INSECURITY by Thomas Sullivan
The unveiling of the unholy alliance
between acquisition and self-esteem.
NO LEFT TURN by Roger Collier
Is proposition 'no left turn'
a right wing conspiracy or the perfect answer to traffic and
TRUFFE reviewed by Sylvain Richard
Director Kim Nguyen's directorial
bona fides were on display for Montreal's 2008 Fantasia Film
BENEATH THE ROOFTOPS OF PARIS reviewed
by Sylvain Richard
Taking liberties with T. S. Eliot:
Old men ought not to be beached whales.
HISTORY OF HUMOUR IN CINEMA by Donald
Hard times and humour are as inseparable
as cinema and celluloid.
AND THE WRETCHED SHALL RISE by Robert
For how much longer can the wealthy
and wretched of the earth coexist?
KEN MATSUMOTO: SCULPTOR IN THE CROSSHAIRS
by Neila Mezynski
From precious miniatures to mammoth
masterpieces = California beaming.
SIX DEGREES OF JAZZ
Vibraphonist Jean Vanasse is a national
MEXICAN NOSTALGIA by Alex Waterhouse-Hayward
His camera goes where travel books
fear to tread -- where rebozos and bodies are ocher