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Best of 2010: 5 reasons movies need no nations

1. Copie conforme – Certified Copy – Copia conforme – رونوشت برابر اصل (directed by Abbas Kiarostami) A French woman meets a British man on the streets of Tuscany. In a mix of English, French, and Italian at times cacophonous, … Continue reading

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VIFF 2010: Dragons & Tigers Young Cinema Award — odds and ends

Breaking news (7:20pm): Upset! Hirohara Satoru’s Good Morning to the World! is winner of the Young Cinema Award. Phan Dang Di’s Don’t Be Afraid Bi! and Xu Ruotao’s Rumination given special mentions. The winner at this year’s new Asian cinema … Continue reading

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Dispatched to Vancouver

Yes, it has been mighty quiet around these parts lately and no, it’s not because we’ve run out of things to breach about. On October 1st, Brian and I make our way over to the Great White North for the … Continue reading

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Lixin Fan and catching the Last Train Home

A lot of directors think that a shaky camera automatically makes it authentic. But I wanted to show that beauty can be authentic too. Chi and I recently interviewed Chinese Canadian director Lixin Fan, whose heartbreaking documentary Last Train Home … Continue reading

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It’s. On.

Hello, World. We are Culture Breach. Our mission statement, if you care to read it, is here. Our bios, if you care to examine them, are here. If you dig what you see, check back soon, as we rack up … Continue reading

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