Archive for January, 2011

Spike Lee On The Use Of Music In His Films

Posted on January 31st, 2011 by by Lisa Lagace

Last week, one of my two favorite directors named Spike came to Toronto to celebrate Black History Month via CFC programming. The discussion focused in on something I have always loved Spike Lee for – his exquisite use of songs in his movies as well as the soundtrack work his father Bill Lee and more […]

Trigger: The One Canadian Film Of 2010 You Really Should Have Seen

Posted on January 7th, 2011 by by Lisa Lagace

Many of you may not watch a lot of films made right here in this incredible city, in fact I know most of you do not as the low turnout at Toronto Underground Cinema’s Good Canadian Cinema series proved. I know there are a lot of reasons for this that I won’t get into right […]

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Twelve Things in Twelve Months

Posted on January 3rd, 2011 by by Lisa Lagace

So every year people make new years resolutions and we forget about them faster than the snow can melt. I need to be accountable to the things I want to do, and it’s been proven that you are much more likely to go through with something if you have others out there expecting you to […]

My Favorite Albums of 2010

Posted on January 1st, 2011 by by Lisa Lagace

1. Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record 2. Band Of Horses – Infinite Arms 3. Arcade Fire – The Suburbs 4. Florence and the Machine – Lungs 5. Black Keys – Brothers 6. Walkmen – Lisbon 7. Robyn – Body Talk 8. MGMT – Congratulations 9. Beach House – Teen Dream 10. Kanye West – My […]

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