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SANDRO FORTE

This blog is merely the contribution of a Film Critic for 20 years and former president of Quebec Film Critics Association. I decided, with help from colleagues, to revisit things as the humble film buff who once was. I would like to draw attention in a comprehensive way to films, either the ones you may have missed out or are already among your beloved ones, rather than going for the usual analysis or critic.

 

 

 

208899_10150896399295835_628534001_n PASCAL GRENIER

A Film Critic for the last 15+ years, I was also a film programmer for the Fantasia Film Festival a few years back. Huge movie lover and film collector, I enjoy all kinds of pictures, digging a lot for film genres and Asian ones without shying away from Art-House material. I aim to draw your attention to films from all around the world, especially some you may have heard too little about.

 

 

 

 

Daria GamlielDARIA GAMLIEL

A writer with a degree in Cinema with a passage in the music scene and animation world, Daria is passionate, among other stuff, about photography, Japan and food for thoughts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

13936683_10153598168376150_732823797_nOSLAVI LINARES

Cinetalk.net latest acquisition off the free agent market is Mexico’s brightest son, Oslavi Linares, on loan to Canada’s Concordia University Film Studies department. He’s into animation, documentaries, Latin American Cinema and much more.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello editors,

    Hope this e-mail finds you well. I came across your contact via a link in Association québécoise des critiques de cinéma.

    I’m a Malaysian film director currently residing in Beijing, China. I’ve a directorial debut short film (The Story of 90 Coins) which I would like to share with you. Currently the film is getting about 40+ accolades from international film festivals; which includes an Official Finalist at London Film Awards, Rising Star Awards at Canada International Film Festival, Best Foreign Short Film at Ukrainian International Short Film Festival, Best Drama at Los Angeles Film Awards, Best Foreign Short at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, among others.

    I look forward for your constructive reply, comments and review which will be great motivation and a learning curve to my film-making career path.

    Below are the relevant info on my short film.

    a) Short film streaming link: http://www.vimeo.com/143267832/
    b) IMDb page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5182914/
    c) Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/thestoryof90coins/

    Thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon.

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  2. Hello,

    I enjoy that you post about many films around the world and offer a wide range of genres to learn about. The information about each film posted allows your audience to truly understand what each film is about.

    My team has a new short film called Trouble Will Find Her. It is the story of a Toronto transplant struggling with guilt, relationships, and the life she left behind. You can view the short here:

    We just released our short film this past Thursday and are starting to get some small attention for the film- Director’s Notes featured it as well as Film Shortage.

    It was directed by Nickolas Duarte and produced by our team Crown Chimp.

    I think Trouble could be a good fit for your audience and I hope that you consider it.

    Regardless, I look forward to seeing your next post about a film from other countries so I can learn more about their films and techniques to portray their stories.

    Thank you for your time,
    Kendall Noonan
    noonankendall@gmail.com

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