• Posted by Kevin Broome

    Mark Vistorino is Flyerman, a real life superhero who possesses the ability to hand out movie extra flyers in the streets of Toronto with the flair & charisma of a Broadway star. And yet, he can’t understand why he is not famous.
    From this seemingly absurd premise, directors Jeff Stephenson and Jason Tan follow Vistorino throug […]

  • Posted by Kevin Broome

    A colleague of mine recently went on somewhat of a diatribe about how the movie industry has gone to crap, that he couldn’t remember the last time he had seen a good movie. I suggested that he was only partly correct; that perhaps he was simply looking in the wrong direction and that in actuality it would seem there has never been s […]

  • “[The] conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence – economic, political, even spiritual – is felt in every city, every Statehouse, every office of the Federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not f […]

  • A documentary on the artistic subculture that emerged in the early 1990’s influenced by skateboading, grafitti, pop culture and the D.I.Y. aesthetic.


    I finally saw The Yes Men over the weekend and I found it to be a thought provoking and important — not to mention hilarious — film. It is even more encouraging to see that the Yes Men are still very much alive and well and taking on the world’s harsher injustices.
    It is often said that the reason we miss a person’s name u […]