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WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: JUGGERNAUT DIRECTOR DANIEL DIMARCO
by Jason Whyte
""JUGGERNAUT is about a small town drifter, who after a lengthy absence, returns to his hometown, violently obsessed with the notion that his Mother's death was not a suicide. It's a modern version of Cain and Abel that delves into the darker side of sibling rivalry." Director Daniel Dimarco on JUGGERNAUT which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: BUDAPEST NOIR DIRECTOR EVA GARDOS
by Jason Whyte
""Budapest, 1936. The Hungarian prime minister returns from Germany in a coffin, his dream of making Hungary into a fascist state snuffed out. For now. Crime reporter Zsigmond Gordon has other things on his mind. A cynic who thinks he has seen it all, a tip leads him to an unusual crime scene in a seedy part of the city; a beautiful, well-dressed young woman is dead, with only a Jewish prayer book in her purse. His curiosity is aroused. Didn't he just spot her in a sexy photo in the office of the Chief of Police? But an official stonewall blocks investigation of the mystery girl's murder, provoking Gordon to solve the puzzle of her demise. Enlisting the help of Krisztina, the beautiful photographer who once broke his heart and whom he doesn't fully trust, Gordon pursues his own investigation, following a murder suspect into the city's dark underbelly. Gordon enters a world of pornographers, brothels and Communist cells leading to the highest echelons of power. The more people try to scare him away, the deeper he digs in, not knowing who to trust, or what ulterior motives are working against him and the truth. Driven by one thing, finding the girl's killer, the increasingly endangered journalist is the only one who seems to care in a world gone mad, with Hitler looming on Hungary's horizon." Director Eva Gardos on BUDAPEST NOIR which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: SOMEONE ELSE'S WEDDING DIRECTOR PAT KIELY
by Jason Whyte
""A family gathers at a wedding no one wants to be at." Director Pat Kiely on SOMEONE ELSE'S WEDDING which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: VENUS DIRECTOR EISHA MARJARA
by Jason Whyte
""What if a strange kid came up to you and announced that you were his dad? And what if you told this kid that you, his dad, was transitioning into a woman? You could say that VENUS is a modern day gender-bending comedy about a blended family situation. The story is about Sid whose coming out gets complicated when she learns that she is the dad of a fourteen year old teenager named Ralph. Enter Sid's Punjabi parents who over night, go from being devastated about Sid's transition to ecstatic about discovering that they have a grandson. The only problem is, Ralph has not told his mom and step dad that he has tracked down his new Indian family. Director Eisha Marjara on VENUS which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW - NEVER HERE DIRECTOR CAMILLE THOMAN
by Jason Whyte
""NEVER HERE is a genre-blend between a classic Hitchcock suspense thriller, whodunit, and a harrowing journey into the disintegration of identity. Who Am I? The Hollywood reporter calls it engrossing, visceral and a haunting Lynchian mystery. The LA Times says it's exceptional, remarkable, artful and atmospheric to the max. NEVER HERE is a fun thrill-ride, but at the same time it is a film that asks as many questions as it answers, posing questions to the viewer about the act of watching, voyeurism and the nature of identity." Director Camille Thoman on NEVER HERE which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: A SWINGERS WEEKEND DIRECTOR JON E. COHEN
by Jason Whyte
""A SWINGERS WEEKEND is a sexy, smart and funny movie about what happens when three couples come together for, wait for it, don't try to guess, a swingers weekend! You will laugh, hopefully you will not cry, although some have. Don't worry, for the right reasons. But most of all you will be thoroughly entertained!" Director Jon E. Cohen on A SWINGERS WEEKEND which screens in the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL 2017 INTERVIEW: THERE IS A HOUSE HERE DIRECTOR ALAN ZWEIG
by Jason Whyte
""For five years I talked on the phone with my Facebook friend Tatanniq otherwise known as former Inuit rock star Lucie Idlout. Over the years she told me so many things about Nunavut where she lived, that eventually I had to come see for myself. I arrived with no particular story to tell and no agenda other than curing my own ignorance about the lives of people in the North. At first I stumbled but eventually people started telling me their stories." Director Alan Zweig on THERE IS A HOUSE HERE which screens at the 2017 edition of the Whistler Film Festival." (more)
WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL: THE DARKEST MOVIE MOMENTS ON THE STARRIEST SLOPES
by Jason Whyte
"In its seventeenth year in the mighty year of Twenty Seventeen, the Whistler Film Festival moves forward with what is sure to be another unforgettable year held in one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Whether you are a local or, like me, eagerly travelling to this festival in search of the next great movie, WFF has always been a celebration of both cinema and talent in this little village of ski, Australian/New Zealand expats and finding out where the next party is at. And a run at Zog's Dogs for those grilled onions and a Beaver Tail." (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: "WE ALL GO A LITTLE MAD SOMETIMES
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy short reviews of "78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene," "Mayhem," "The Square" and "Tragedy Girls"" (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: BAD MOMS, WORSE MOTHERS
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy short reviews of "A Bad Moms Christmas," "LBJ," "Novitiate" and "Princess Cyd."" (more)

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