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A new biography says Jutra had a penchant for sleeping with young boys.
It’s official. The New York Times thinks Canada is “hip.”
Oh Canada, these folks are killing it.
It’s a sepia-drenched cinematic feast for the eyes.
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The enfant terrible of Quebec, Xavier Dolan, stars in the brand's fall 2015 menswear ads.
After screening the movie, I had the good fortune to be able to listen to a Q&A session with Bruce Greenwood, in which he discussed some of the many thoughtful creative choices he and the rest of the cast and crew had made in filming "Elephant Song." Go see this one for Greenwood and Catherine Keener. Just don't expect to remember much beyond them once you leave the theatre.
How can I keep silent, in spite of level-headed advice to do just that, in the wake of last week's media circus around an unimportant statement I made about the absence of my film from the Oscars. There seems to be a certain maneuver that's foolproof when it comes to non-news. I think it goes something like this: if an artist says that "not having the chance to participate is ostracizing," you can't get any mileage on that; better to say he feels ostracized, which makes him into more of a victim. The most extraordinary response to this letter, whose content is publicly available in its entirety, unaltered and unedited, would be total silence, oddly enough.
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