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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Saturday October 6th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of The Champagne Spy.

The Champagne Spy

Germany/Israel, 2007, 91 min

Directed By Nadav Schirman

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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Saturday October 6th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of Between Heaven and Earth.

Between Heaven and Earth 

Tussen Hemel en Aarde

Netherlands, 2007, 72 min

Directed By Frank van den Engel and Masha Novikova

These days when entertainers take on a cause, it often causes an uproar in the press. Madonna or Angelina Jolie adopting babies is seen as a fashion statement. Leonardio DiCaprio making documentaries about climate change is a vanity project.

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Scott Wood
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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Saturday October 6th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of One Hundred Nails.

One Hundred Nails 

Italy, 2007, 92 min, 35mm

Directed By Ermanno Olmi

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Scott Wood
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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Sunday September 30th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of The War On Democracy.

The War on Democracy

UK, 2007, 95 min, 35mm

Directed By: John Pilger

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Scott Wood
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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Saturday September 29th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of Great World of Sound.

Great World of Sound

USA, 2006, 106 min, 35mm

Directed By: Craig Zobel

Cast: Pat Healy, Kene Holliday, Rebecca Mader, Tricia Paoluccio and Robert Longstreet

Many people fresh out of university get trapped into a soul-sucking sales job during that tender time when they are trying to figure out how to move forward in the “real world.” 

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Scott Wood
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Vancouver International Film Festival

On Friday September 28th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, attended the Vancouver International Film Festival’s screening of Terror’s Advocate.

Terror's Advocate (L' Avocat de la terreur)

France, 2007, 138 min, 35mm

Directed By: Barbet Schroeder

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Scott Wood
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49 Up

Rose Marie Borutski, Host of Health Matters (Fridays 4-5pm) viewed 49 UP, by film maker Michael Apted, which played at the Pacific Cinematheque. This extrordinary documentary is part of a long-standing series that makes one ask some very deep questions about life choices. Imagine how you would answer some really, really tough questions every seven years....

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The Notorius Betty Page

The Notorious Bettie Page, directed by Mary Harron and written by Harron and Guinevere Turner, opens in the lower mainland April 28th.  CJSF’s Susan Grossman reviews…

The Notorious Bettie Page, directed by Mary Harron and written by Harron and Guinevere Turner, is a film about the “pin-up queen of the universe,” Bettie Page.  The film follows Page, adeptly played by Gretchen Mol, beginning with her days as a young church-going schoolgirl in the South to her rise as an iconoclastic sex symbol and her subsequent return to religious life.

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Little Fish

Little Fish, written and directed by Rowan Woods, is a film about a dysfunctional family learning to cope with the lies and betrayals of their recent past.

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Match Point

Acclaimed writer and director Woody Allen ends his hiatus with his latest film, Match Point. Allen takes the initiative to venture beyond the Bronx, New Jersey and Cosmopolitan New York to London.

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