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Periscope Pictures Film Auditions

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August 2008
Gasping for Air

Sketch-22

Review by Linda Wigmore

Rob MacDonald’s in it. That should be enough of a review to get people out to The Guild to see Sketch 22 this summer. Yes, MacDonald is that funny. But there are other reasons that make season five the one to see. This is my favourite show yet, I’ve seen it twice and I’m going for a third time.

Sketch 22 is a mix of live comedy sketches and previously filmed footage

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October 2003
Soapistry
Enemies

Review by Linda Wigmore

Enemies, a theatrical improv soap opera, at the Arts Guild, ran over three consecutive Mondays in August. Co-created and co-produced by Laurie Murphy and Jason Rogerson, Enemies had its first three-week run last year. Sean McQuaid directed both summers. I didn’t see Enemies last year, but there was so much buzz around the performance of Graham Putnam in the first three e

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October 2002
Stages of Creation
Nigel Roe

Creative Spark
by Ivy Wigmore

Nigel Roe tells his students in the Graphic Design program at Holland College that there are three stages in the creation of art. The first stage is thought, as the artist develops the idea of what he or she wants to achieve. The second stage involves looking at all the sources available to inform that idea, such as other art and media, and the external world.

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Fading Gigolo

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Canada ROCKS!

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Cultivating Arts

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A Village Not Far From Here

Aleš Jánošík & Alana Reddin collaborate in carving and painting July 30 to Aug 10
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50th Reunion

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Search for Best Canadian Films

Movie lover Dave Stewart has created a blog with the intent of compiling a list of the best Canadian ...

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