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TIFF 2015: Kill Your Friends Makes You Remember Menswear

Kill Your Friends

Kill Your Friends

Sarah was on assignment covering the 2015 Toronto Film Festival this year for Consequence Of Sound.

When Sarah watched Kill Your Friends it made her remember one very important thing — the band Menswe@r used to be a big deal.

Read the full review at the Consequence Of Sound website.

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Peacekeepers Doc Follows Female Muslim Police Officers In Haiti

A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers

A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers

One of the most fascinating documentaries that aired at TIFF this year was A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers, a film that followed three female Muslim police officers from Bangladesh as they did a year-long tour of duty on a United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti.

I spoke to director Geeta Gandbhir, executive producer Irfan Izhar and RCMP Sgt. J.J. Hainey about the ways in which these women defied preconceptions and performed their duties during their tour.

Read the full interview with them over at Samaritan Mag.

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TIFF 2015: Love Is Like A One-Night Stand

Love

Love

Sarah was on assignment covering the 2015 Toronto Film Festival this year for Consequence Of Sound.

Gaspar Noé’s x-rated 3D film Love was, according to Sarah, “like a questionable one night stand… entirely dependent upon well-managed expectations.”

Read the full review at the Consequence Of Sound website.

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TIFF 2015: Green Room Features Captain Picard As A Racist Villain

Green Room

Green Room

Sarah was on assignment covering the 2015 Toronto Film Festival this year for Consequence Of Sound.

Green Room, which features Captain Picard in the role of racist villain, is “playfully unpredictable to the very last frame,” according to Sarah.

Read the full review at the Consequence Of Sound website.

 

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TIFF 2015: Heart Of A Dog Is Odd And Sweet

Heart Of A Dog

Heart Of A Dog

Sarah was on assignment covering the 2015 Toronto Film Festival this year for Consequence Of Sound.

Laurie Anderson’s new film Heart Of A Dog was “unapologetically odd, often sweet, and tinged with an underlying sadness.”

Read the full review at the Consequence Of Sound website.

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