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            The things that we love about Molly Roth here on FERNTV is that music has been in her blood ever since she was a child.  She is not one of those singers who decided one day that they are going to be a singer and become a YouTube sensation overnight.

  A lot of us will always remember when Saturday morning cartoons would all captivate our minds because it was nostalgic and there was absolutely nothing like it.  Academy award winner Torill Kove brings that type of cartoon back with her latest animated short film Me and My Moulton.

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            The Short Cuts Canada Programme at TIFF continues to impress and as more attention grows every year for this part of the festival, the competition to be selected in this slate becomes more fierce.  Director Randall Lloyd Okita took his craft to the next level with his latest installment The Weatherman and The Shadowboxer. 

            It’s always nice to see someone’s passion come into full form.  This especially holds true for both directors Martine Époque and Denis Poulin who are both drawn to Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring and have put their own rendition of it on stage in the past.

         Much respect has to go out to director Mathieu Denis for taking the risk in going back in time during a dark and overlooked period in Canadian history.  Being inspired by the story of sixteen year old Jean Corbo who became a radical terrorist during the birth of the FLQ in the 1960s,

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  Foxed!

                    The screening of the film Foxed! was a brilliant way to start the Toronto After Dark Film Festival on the right note.  Toronto born James Stewart who is the head of the Geneva Film Co. and helped Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams...