Posted by WALLQ
Posted by WALLQ
ORPHAN BLACK WON A PEABODY AWARD.
The Peabody Awards recognize the best in television, radio, Internet broadcasting, producing organizations and individuals.
It really is an honor to win. Orphan Black is in great company and we should all be super proud. And now we can all enjoy prefacing ‘Orphan Black’ with ‘Peabody Award Winning’.
We already went ahead and got the tumblr url..
Cas & Dylan tells the tale of 22-year-old aspiring writer Dylan Morgan (Tatiana Maslany) and an elderly doctor named Cas Pepper (Richard Dreyfuss).
The two meet and end up taking an unplanned road trip heading West through Canada. As we follow them on their journey past rural Ontario and the beautiful Rocky Mountains, we learn a lot about ourselves as these characters learn about each other and themselves.
Many themes are prevalent throughout the film.
Should there be an age limit concerning friendship?
Is there such a thing as fate or is it bullshit?
Is love enough to conquer your struggles?
After watching this movie, many of us are bound to re-examine our lives and principles. Any movie that makes people react this way is a movie worth watching.
Cas & Dylan is a touching tale with humourous and sad moments.
No matter how bad things may be, I hope you have a ray of sunshine in your life to help you out.
I give this movie 5 yellow daffodils out of 5.
Cory Lee was also nice enough to let me interview her! Enjoy!
I was lucky enough to snag a quick interview with Degrassi’s Luke Bilyk! Enjoy!
Sunday, March 23rd, 2014
Yesterday I attended the Faze prom event. It wasn’t as exciting as their other events, but i still had a good time. In my photos are Luke Bilyk, Max River, Ish Morris, Cory Lee and Mandia Nantsios.
Saturday, March 22nd, 2014
Today Ana Golja, Luke Bilyk and Jessica Tyler were at Shops at Aura for an event put on by Missing Childrens Society of Canada. There weren’t a lot of people. It was mainly little kids there. I didn’t stay long. I said a few words to each of the cast members then left.
Friday, March 21st, 2014
Tonight I saw another Canadian film. Down River played at Cineplex Yonge-Dundas There was a Q&A after the evening show with Helen Shaver, Jennifer Spence, Gabrielle Miller and Ben Ratner. The movie seems to be mildly based on a lady that many of the cast and crew knew. I don’t want to say too much. It’s a good movie that revolves around the lives of four women and the different things they are going through.
I forgot to zoom out in my photo with Helen… And there I am with the sweet Gabrielle miller! :D
Thursday, March 20th
Tonight I attended the Canadian Film Festival at Royal Cinema. I saw a short film called Bastards which I loved followed by a feature-length film called Patch Town. The cinematography is probably the best I’ve ever seen. Patch Town is random and fucked up. It’s one for those movies that you should not know anything about before you see it. If you’re a pothead, you might want to smoke a joint or three before watching it.
Here I am with Julian Richings who plays a creepy vengeful doll-maker.
In the second photo is Stephanie Pitsiladis who plays Mary, the wife of the lead character, Jon. She was lovely!