Movies

Greek comedy a study in male antogonism

September
28
,
2016
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How far will men go to prove their superiority to other men? In Chevalier, the second in Kamloops Film Society’s fall series at Paramount Theatre, a little friendly antagonism goes a long way. On a luxury yacht in the Aegean Sea, six...

Hockey enforcer film finally ready

August
2
,
2016
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By WAYNE MOORE It's been eight years of battles, eight years of waiting, but Adam Scorgie's baby is ready to be delivered. Kelowna-born documentary producer and co-creator Adam Scorgie is finally set to release 'Ice Guardians',...

Auditions held in Kamloops, Merritt

April
2
,
2016
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The regional film commission is working with local First Nations to co-ordinate auditions for the film Indian Horse. Thompson-Nicola Film Commission is coordinating with the Tk’emlps te Secwpemc Indian Band and Citxw Nlaka’pamux...

Casting call issued for Indian Horse film

March
31
,
2016
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A feature film production based on the Richard Wagamese novel Indian Horse is in the early stages of casting for roles. They are seeking First Nations males — children, youth and adults from six to 25 years old. Roles include speaking...

Casting for feature film extras

March
29
,
2016
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Casting for extras in local shooting of a Power Rangers feature film takes place Saturday, April 2, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  While Freeman Casting Company does not specify the movie for which it’s casting next weekend, Thompson Nicola Film...

Haida Gwaii doc launches 20th KFF

March
2
,
2016
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Kamloops Film Festival opens its 20th season Thursday, March 3, bringing 10 days and 20 outstanding productions to downtown Kamloops. There are also a host of related events lined up, including a question-and-answer session on the first screening...

'Gringos in the Garbage' offer tours

February
15
,
2016
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A screening of the film Gringos in the Garbage at Harper’s Trail Winery on the weekend was followed by an unusual offer from the filmmakers. The newly released 90-minute documentary is a firsthand account of hardship, courage and resilience...

Talented B.C. child star's Hollywood success comes as no surprise: colleagues

January
20
,
2016
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VANCOUVER — The film director who cast a nine-year-old actor from British Columbia in his first lead role remembers her astonished reaction to watching Jacob Tremblay's audition tape. "He just blew me away," Alison...

Film society announces winter series

January
7
,
2016
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The Kamloops Film Society has announced the 2016 Winter Series starting Jan. 14 and continuing each Thursday until Feb. 18.  Films are screened at The Paramount Theatre, 531 Victoria St. at 7pm. Tickets at the door,...

REVIEW - The Force has a familiar look

January
2
,
2016
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And so the debate begins. Is Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the best yet, or is it just a pale imitation of what has come before? It’s neither, though there’s much heritage reflected in this latest in the never-ending series...