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Articles tagged with: Canadian Cult Revue

September 2011
Adam Traynor’s Budding Cult Classic, Or Maybe Not

Adam Traynor’s first feature film brings together some of Canada’s best indie musicians to tell a story that’s a treat to watch but tough to understand.

February 2011
The Don’t-Miss Documentaries from Ottawa Film Makers

Two of Canada’s top documentaries round out the final evening of the Canadian Cult Revue. And they are both by Ottawa film makers. This is a double feature not to be missed.

January 2011
Canadian Cult Revue: Quebec Noir

The Canadian Cult Revue screens two great examples of Quebec-centric cinema and makes a point about the value of using both Canada’s official languages.

December 2010
Genre-Defining Movies Set For Canadian Cult Revue

Criminality and slashers – the perfect Christmas themes. The Lost Dominion Screening Collective has tapped both for its upcoming Canadian Cult Revue performance.

November 2010
The Canadian Cult Review Remembers

The Canadian Cult Revue presents a poignant, and dichotomous, look at Canadians at war at a Mayfair Theatre double feature November 10.

September 2010
Cult Revue Looks at Desperation and Monsters

The September 22 edition of the Canadian Cult Revue at the Mayfair Theatre begins with Search and Destroy, a post-Vietnam War action movie about a group of veterans being hunted by a former ally. It stars Perry King (Melrose Place), Tisa Farrow (sister of Mia) and cult favourite Don Stroud (The Buddy Holly Story). The film isn’t explicitly Canadian in content but it’s a very Canadian product from a key era in our filmmaking history: the Tax Shelter Years.

May 2010
Canadian Cult Revue: Monkey Warfare; Work, Eat, Bike; Waydowntown

We christened the May 19 evening Slacker-Counter-Culture Triple Bill because all three films deal with the notion of rebellion and the different forms it can take – some sort of protest against “The Man” as represented by the capitalist and consumerist values that dominate modern society.