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From Frames To Film

This is a repost of a past article. The original publishing date was February 25th, 2019.Written by: Tyler DeWacht We tend to take a lot of things for granted today, such as television and video games. We can instantly catch the newest episode of our favorite series no matter where we are, a detailed color image takes less than a second to capture, and we … Continue reading From Frames To Film

Life isn’t always so Black and White

We can see elements of our world in this movie. We see parts of society that may not affect us directly but do however present their version of Hell for others. This movie allows us to analyze society through Psychological, Sociological, Philosophical, and even Political Scientific lenses to realize that every society throughout history has had a breaking point. Continue reading Life isn’t always so Black and White

An Interview With Jay Cardinal Villeneuve On His Film “Holy Angels”

Jay Cardinal Villeneuve is an indigenous filmmaker and actor from Slave Lake, Alberta, and his film, Holy Angels, was featured in the Edmonton International Film Festival on Sunday, September 30 at 4pm at Landmark Cinemas 9 at City Centre. Holy Angels is an artistic documentary about Lena Wandering Spirit and her experiences in the residential school system in the 1960s. I was fortunate enough to be able to engage in a half-hour interview with Jay about his amazing film; I was joined by Seth Arcand, a local filmmaker and fellow CUE student. Continue reading An Interview With Jay Cardinal Villeneuve On His Film “Holy Angels”