A trio of new films hit The Bloor this week: Jingle Bell Rock is a well made bit of holiday nostalgia. The Italian Character can never quite find an even handed way of showcasing one of the world's best orchestras. And InRealLife is a well made, but oddly fear mongering look at how teenagers approach the internet.
InRealLife The Internet has been a major part of society since the early ‘90s, but while its effects on society across the globe are obvious, the effects on the psychology of younger generations are hardly clear. Beeban Kidron’s documentary, InRealLife, sets out to explore the social and psychological impact of the Internet on the youth […]
Dork Shelf looks at seven films from this year's line-up at the Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival, a blend of fictional films, documentaries, and more, devoted to breaking down stigmas that surround mental illness and strengthening the dialogue around them.