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Making A Movie About Us

— As shooting was winding down on my first short film last summer, I edited together a rough-cut for my crew. At that point, we had yet to film the last couple of scenes, so I created an ending using … Continue reading

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Long Live Cronenberg’s Videodrome

With the release of Cosmopolis, 2012 had been a good year for Cronenberg fans. Unfortunately, it looks as if being a fan of Cronenberg has just become more frustrating. Universal Pictures today announced that a remake of Cronenberg’s classic Videodrome … Continue reading

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Millennials Love Film Too

Last week, LA Times film critic, Neil Gabler, wrote an article blaming the quickly-rebooted Spider-Man film not on the studio system or greed, but on young people. And while this is a sufficiently ridiculous claim, it is only the tip … Continue reading

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The Film Community

Last night, sitting in an unbearably hot room in Milan, trying to barricade myself from the cheering and honking of millions of Italian soccer fans, I watched Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind. The first time I watched the film, many … Continue reading

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Struggling With The Professional Side of Film Blogging

In the blogging world, the line between the professional and the amateur is often blurred. Since starting The Deleted Scene almost two years ago, I have struggled at times straddling that line. In theory, one of the great luxuries of … Continue reading

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The Villain Next Door

When I was 11, my family moved from a city neighbourhood to the suburbs. My first year there I knew no one. All of the streets, houses and parks looked the same to me. With nothing to differentiate one from … Continue reading

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The Democratization Of Film Discussion

Recently, I sat through a University lecture where an English and Film professor dismissed blogging as a legitimate and valuable form of expression. This short statement from my professor caused an unexpected and fairly strong emotional reaction from me, as … Continue reading

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