Touch Of Pink (2004)

IAN IQBAL RASHID Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  Canada/United Kingdom, 2004.  Martin Pope Productions, Sienna Films.  Screenplay by Ian Iqbal Rashid.  Cinematography by David A. Makin.  Produced by Jennifer Kawaja, Martin Pope, Julia Sereny.  Music by Andrew Lockington.  Production Design by Gavin Mitchell.  Costume Design by Joyce Schure.  Film Editing by Susan Maggi.   Imagine The Wedding Banquet and La Cage Aux Folles crossed with…

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Eclipse (1994)

JEREMY PODESWA Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.  Canada/Germany, 1994.  Fire Dog Films, Malofilm, TiMe Medienvertriebs GmbH.  Screenplay by Jeremy Podeswa.  Cinematography by Miroslaw Baszak.  Produced by Camelia Frieberg, Jeremy Podeswa.  Music by Ernie Tollar. Production Design by Tamara Deverell.  Costume Design by Aline Gilmore.  Film Editing by Susan Maggi.   While awaiting a solar eclipse that will briefly enshroud the entire…

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New Waterford Girl (1999)

ALLAN MOYLE Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  Canada, 1999.  Sienna Films, imX Communications.  Screenplay by Tricia Fish.  Cinematography by Derek Rogers.  Produced by Jennifer Kawaja, Julia Sereny.  Music by Geoff Bennett, Longo Hai, Ben Johannesen.  Production Design by Emanuel Jannasch.  Costume Design by Debra Hanson.  Film Editing by Susan Maggi.  Toronto International Film Festival 1999.   Hilarious Canadian comedy about a young girl in a tiny…

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Saint Ralph (2004)

MICHAEL McGOWAN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  Canada, 2004.  Alliance Atlantis Communications, Amaze Film + Television, Running Miracles Productions.  Screenplay by Michael McGowan. Cinematography by Rene Ohashi.  Produced by Teza Lawrence, Andrea Mann, Seaton McLean, Michael Souther.  Music by Andrew Lockington.  Production Design by Matthew Davies.  Costume Design by Anne Dixon.  Film Editing by Susan Maggi.  Toronto International Film Festival 2004.   Adorable tale…

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Men With Brooms

BB.5 (out of 5) Romantic comedy that was to date the most publicized Canadian film ever made, but unfortunately doesn’t live up to its hype. Paul Gross directs and stars as an ex-champion curler who returns to his fictional hometown of Long Bay, Ontario to attend the funeral of a former mentor. Upon hearing the…

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