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Quietly, Gander’s Sara Canning has had herself an amazing 2017. The 10 year professional actor, whose name should bounce rather effortlessly off the tongue of her fellow Newfoundlanders through high profile stints in Remedy, Hell on Wheels and The Vampire Diaries, found some of her greatest career successes over the

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From undisputed Newfoundland icon Gordon Pinsent comes the story Martin’s Hagge, one which aptly, subtly and with great humour yet great sensitivity, tackles depression and axiety. The short story was based off of Pinsent’s real battle with mental illness and has since been adapted into an acclaimed short film directed

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Ahead of the nation-wide release of her feature length debut Hunting Pignut, Martine Blue talks gutter punks, acceptance and the misfit in us all
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You’ve all likely seen a coming of age film, in some form or fashion. You know the shtick – some forlorn or frustrated adolescent goes

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With the rescue of Dunkirk a popular topic thanks to the worldwide blockbuster, The Herald examines Newfoundland’s role in the daring World War II evacuation.
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Christopher Nolan’s rousing war epic Dunkirk is the talk of Hollywood in recent weeks. The lean one hour and forty-seven minute flick is a siege

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“All that glitters is not gold,” is an eerily apt adage for this woefully underwhelming tale of greed and desperation.
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In accessing my thoughts on the based-on-a-somewhat-true, inspired-by-shady-happenings drama, I couldn’t help but pause for thought at the hefty gorge Matthew McConaughey has carved out between his current acting

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The Founder is served up in scintillating fashion – a take-no-prisoners tale of grabbing the American Dream by the throat, while equal-parts an origin story of the rise of the mecca of the fast food industry.
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Considering the fact that Michael Keaton’s original claim to fame stems from one

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Singer-songwriter Ian Foster is set to present his sophomore short film Keystone at this year’s Nickel Independent Film Festival
Ian Foster told The Herald in a recent interview that he’s worn a different amount of hats in his artistic career in Newfoundland and Labrador. Quite so.
Foster is a notable

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