Monthly Archives: February 2013

Entertainment is Education

Another link to a Huffington post piece. Entertainment IS Education — or, “where’s a time travelling Canadian TV hero when you need him?” In which I discuss the way pop culture influences our real world knowledge, and how that relates … Continue reading

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More at Huffington Post

..and a kind of follow up to the previous post. Reviewing the City TV sitcom Seed and looking at the broader issue of hiding a show’s Canadianness. Shooting Blanks on the Sitcom “Seed” — feel free to post comments under … Continue reading

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New Huffington Post Blog…

I have another blog post up at Huffington Post Canada. “TV Drinking Game — Filmed in Canada, But Set in America” — a cheeky little rumination on the age old problem by suggesting it as a possible drinking game. Check … Continue reading

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Oliver Sherman — and (my) problems with Canadian films

I want to write about the movie Oliver Sherman, which I just caught on DVD. It might seem odd to devote an entire blog post to a movie from some three or so years ago, and one that isn’t that … Continue reading

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