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The Queen of Versailles

Lauren Greenfield is an American documentary photographer and filmmaker. Her photos are exhibited in museums and galleries, featured in a number of high-profile magazines and she has published three books, including the popular Girl Culture.…

Ossos

A video essay about Pedro Costa’s film Ossos (1997) and its representation of the Lisbon neighbourhood of Fontainhas. The essay considers the formal techniques used to express the community that lives in this neighbourhood and…

Nights and Weekends

Joe Swanberg is a Chicago-based filmmaker who is commonly associated with the so-called ‘mumblecore’ mode of filmmaking – a term assigned to low-budget American films made in the 2000s that were singled out for their naturalism.…

Discussions of Bresson over the past 10 years or so often begin with a kind of ritual un-saying of all the dead words that have accumulated around him (ascetic, austere, severe, demanding, slow, transcendent, Jansenist,…

The Godfather Part III

A video essay that re-examines Francis Ford Coppola’s Godfather Part III through the lens of its original title: The Death of Michael Corleone. The film’s poor reception at the time is measured against contemporary films…

Peter Bogdanovich

Peter Bogdanovich is a legendary filmmaker whose career began by interviewing filmmakers in a thorough yet conversational manner. His relationships with Ford and Welles, among others, have yielded indispensable books investigating these auteurs’ films. His own…

PETER BOGDANOVICH is a legendary filmmaker whose career began in a similar fashion to our own project: interviewing filmmakers in a thorough yet conversational manner. His relationships with Ford and Welles, among others, have yielded…

KinoSmith is an independent Canadian film distribution and marketing company that works closely with domestic and international producers, distributors and sales agents in presenting diverse works to the Canadian market. Notable releases include the box…

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

David Fincher’s remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) is looked at as a meta-remake that draws attention to its role as a remake of the original Swedish film. Essay written by Christopher…

Son Frere

A video essay on classical and post-classical representations of death in cinema. This video essay focuses on Edmund Goulding’s Dark Victory (1939; Bette Davis, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart, Ronald Reagan) and Patrice Chereau’s Son frere…