Favorite films

  • Casablanca
  • GoodFellas
  • Cameraperson
  • Martin

Recent activity

  • Night Raiders

  • Zo Reken

  • Time

  • All My Puny Sorrows

Recent reviews

  • Night Raiders

    Night Raiders

    A dystopian future tale rooted in Canada’s colonial and genocidal past. Danis Goulet uses genre to frame and explore the history of both residential schools and Indigenous resistance. 

    Elle-Maija Tailfeathers is always so watchable. Newcomer Brooklyn Latexier-Hart holds her own. Violet Nelson is a delight and has all the best lines - also loved that Goulet highlighted a very different style of leadership through her character. And cool to see a Maori character - Goulet’s homage to global Indigenous solidarity and support networks. 

    Plus, I cheered to see a cameo from Danis’ dad & first ever Indigenous SK cabinet minister, Keith Goulet!

  • Zo Reken

    Zo Reken

    How lucky are we to get this fly on the wall view of Haiti, a country many of us only know from disaster reporting on the news? Was not expecting this back seat view to be so beautifully shot either.

Popular reviews

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    Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

    Is it terrible that I just want to quit my job, drop out of school and spend my days tracking down and reading everything Joan Didion ever wrote?

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    Edge of the Knife

    We are so damn privileged when First Nations storytellers opt to share their stories outside of their communities. These are the stories we tried to kill, to silence. But they are as resilient as their tellers. In the intro to the film, directors Edenshaw and Haig-Brown explained that the wildman story was often told at the beginning of a potlatch. Someone transgresses, doesn’t follow protocol. A traumatic event ensues and the man literally goes wild with guilt and grief. His…