HBO’s Exterminate All the Brutes: An AAFCA Roundtable Interview

In my grade school history class, I remember my history teacher talking about the War of 1812. He spoke of “savages” and Tecumseh. It was in the late 70s, and I wondered what he was talking about, who were the “savages”? In high school, I did a study on Indigenous women and the unfair loss... Continue Reading →

Fantasia Film Festival 2020: Unearth

Farming has always been a life-long commitment, and when the economy changes, this can make a farmer's livelihood more challenging to maintain. In Unearth, we see how the struggle can unleash desperation and the wrath of nature. The Dolans and the Lomacks are friends and neighbors in a rural community. Kathryn (Adrienne Barbeau) is determined... Continue Reading →

Fantasia Film Festival 2020: Lapsis

Having multiple jobs is common in today’s economy, with side hustle after side hustle surfacing in the precarious workforce landscape. In Noah Hutton’s too close for comfort Lapsis, we get a glimpse of what could be with big conglomerates, competition in the job market, and automation. Ray (Dean Imperial) is a courier who looks after... Continue Reading →

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