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Day Seven: VanRamblings Does a Little VIFF Housekeeping

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As of this morning, VanRamblings has added a further four reviews to our thrived and became an institution over the years. Included in today’s update, you’ll find new reviews for Café Lumière, Campfire, Los Muertos, and Zero Day.

Tying Up Loose Ends, What’s Doing Well, and ...

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EFilmCritic.com has hired Jason Whyte to provide coverage of the 23rd annual Vancouver International Film Festival. In addition to festblog.ca and coverage on VanRamblings, EFilmCritic.com is a site worth surfing to.

A couple of items picked up on the street yesterday ...

Schedule Changes and other info ...

As of this morning, the VIFF Programme Updates include two additional screenings for both Machuca and The World According to Bush (certainly among the most lauded films at this year’s Festival), as well as additional screenings for 11 other films (including Or (My Treasure) and Four Shades of Brown) which have received good notices. Too bad, though, that many of the additional screenings will be held in the Granville 7’s Theatre 6, the least amenable screen in the cinema complex.



Posted by Raymond Tomlin at September 29, 2004 3:30 PM in VIFF 2004

   

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