Shadow In The Mirror – Review

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Ron Foley Macdonald’s debut feature film, Shadow In The Mirror (made as part of the Cinema 902 series), was recently selected by the Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards in the United Kingdom, and also received the following review: Ron Foley Macdonald writes and directs Shadow In The Mirror – an eerie, self-contained, isolating, creepy, snowy, strange and wonderful thriller. There Read More …

NSK9 Premieres Sunday, January 20th

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NSK9, the new Winter Light series that explores the relationship between Nova Scotians and our beloved canine companions, premieres on Eastlink Community TV this Sunday, January 20th, at 12:30 pm. Each episode focuses on a part of the relationship we have with our furry best friends, from their health, to their food, to their lives as working dogs, and to Read More …

AWK selected by Oniros Film Awards

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Aliens With Knives has been selected for the Oniros Film Awards in Italy. Congratulations to cast and crew, and thanks as always to Eastlink and NSBI for the support. The invasion continues! 👽

Beyond Haunted – Season 1, Episode 2

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Haunted team members Paul Kimball, Dillon Garland, Holly Stevens and Chelsea Comeau discuss the events of “Posthuman Blues, Part II”, the second part of their investigation at the Queen’s County Museum in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, which aired on Eastlink TV on October 24, 2017. They talk about the various theories they each have for what happened not only at the Read More …

Beyond Haunted – Season 1, Episode 1

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In the debut episode of the “Beyond Haunted” podcast, Haunted team members Paul Kimball, Dillon Garland and Holly Stevens talk about the events of the first season premiere (“Posthuman Blues, Part I”) that was filmed at the Queen’s County Museum in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and which aired on Eastlink TV on October 17, 2017. Recorded 17 October 2017 (c) 2017 Read More …

View 902 Podcast – Episode 2: Dillon Garland

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In this episode of the View 902 podcast, Paul Kimball is joined by his good friend and fellow director Dillon Garland for a discussion about the state of independent filmmaking in Nova Scotia, particularly for a young filmmaker like Dillon, as well as his first feature film Afraid to Speak, which debuted this past fall at the Parrsboro Film Festival after Read More …