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Toronto 2019 Review: BLOOD QUANTUM Chews On The Sins of Fathers

It is 1971, and a lone police car drives purposely, if slightly lost, through the Northern Canadian forest. Its bright red cherries offer little light, and function more of a quiet warning to the wilderness which surround it. The Police...

Crowdfund This! Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs Wants To Make STOLEN

When we at ScreenAnarchy were all making our 2014 year-end lists, I put an item in mine about Rhymes for Young Ghouls, and in particular about its lead actress Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs. About her, I wrote:"...the story introduces Aila, played...

Review: RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS, A Must See Debut

"The day I found my mother dead I aged by one thousand years." So begins this harrowing, explosive debut from Jeff Barnaby. The backstory may be unfamiliar to international audiences -- the post-genocide period of Canada's treatment of its Native...

Take An Exclusive Behind The Scenes Look At Jeff Barnaby's RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS

Jeff Barnaby's gritty debut Rhymes For Young Ghouls has won a good deal of love here at ScreenAnarchy and with the Canadian theatrical release right around the corner - starting January 31st at the Cineplex Yonge & Dundas in Toronto...

Watch Jeff Barnaby's Award Winning FILE UNDER MISCELLANEOUS

Jeff Barnaby's gritty feature debut Rhymes For Young Ghouls begins its limited theatrical run in Canada on Friday - Toronto folk who want to see it will be able to find it at the Cineplex Yonge & Dundas - and...

RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS: Watch The Exclusive First Trailer For Jeff Barnaby's Harrowing Debut

We have been outspoken supporters of Jeff Barnaby in these parts for some time now, Barnaby's short film work convincing us that the aboriginal Canadian filmmaker is one of the most powerful and challenging voices of his generation. That support...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber's Top 5 Films of 2013

It's that time of year for lists, and I completely admit that I'm quite loose with my selections, sometimes providing different answers for different contexts. Having to pick only five, I chose one doc, one Canadian film, and three films...

Best of 2013: Fifteen New Directors To Watch

2013 has proven to have a bumper crop of new talents from around the globe and - continuing a tradition that began for me a few years back when I realized that the 'New Talents' part of my year end...

TIFF 2013 Review: RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS Is A Must See Debut

"The day I found my mother dead I aged by one thousand years." So begins this harrowing, explosive debut from Jeff Barnaby. The backstory may be unfamiliar to international audiences - the post-genocide period of my country's treatment of its...

TIFF 2013: Dreamy, Intoxicating Clip From RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS

Native Canadian filmmaker Jeff Barnaby, who found his footing as a maker of short films, has completed his debut feature and it's heading to Toronto next month. The dreamy, intoxicating first clip from Rhymes From Young Ghouls highlights, in the...

Check A Fabulous New Pair Of Stills From Jeff Barnaby's RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS

We have been outspoken fans of director Jeff Barnaby since we first came across his short film work here at Twitch some years ago. A native Canadian filmmaker who wears his politics on a very confrontational sleeve in a way...

Jeff Barnaby's RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS Begins Production

Let this be clear right from the outset: Jeff Barnaby is important. The multi-disciplinary artist - a visual artist, poet and writer of short stories as well as an award winning filmmaker - Barnaby is one of those artists with...

Watch The Opening Scene Of Jeff Barnaby's Brilliant, Genie Nominated Short FILE UNDER MISCELLANEOUS

One of my most pleasant surprises of 2010 - if pleasant is a word that can be safely used in association with this film - was Jeff Barnaby's File Under Miscellaneous. A short film that debuted at the Toronto International...

Short Film, Short Review: FILE UNDER MISCELLANEOUS

Don't equate Native filmmakers with science fiction? Neither had I until I came across Jeff Barnaby. The director of award winning drama The Colony has taken a surprising path with his latest work, File Under Miscellaneous, a turn that is...

TIFF 2010: Jeff Barnaby Has Created A Dark SciFi Gem With FILE UNDER MISCELLANEOUS

Don't equate Native filmmakers with science fiction? Neither had I until I came across Jeff Barnaby. The director of award winning drama The Colony has taken a surprising path with his latest work, File Under Miscellaneous, a turn that is...