Screening at O Cinema, moviegoers will be treated to long-lost footage of the man behind that Apple symbol in "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview."
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This gangster is haunted, literally. Keyhole begins with an inversion -- a group of criminals have to fight their way past a police barricade into a house -- and only gets stranger from there.
I think it's important to live in the past and the present simultaneously -- it's what makes us what we are. We all do anyway, might as well admit it and embrace it.
TORONTO — Not even the director Guy Maddin is certain how to classify a Guy Maddin movie. The Winnipeg-born filmmaker is known for his experimental,...
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