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Jake Paltrow

Duration: 107 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2016
Series:
De Palma
Director: Jake Paltrow

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Jul 01 08:35 pm
Jul 02 06:20 pm
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Jul 04 02:10 pm
Jul 05 08:35 pm
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Jul 14 04:20 pm

In this candid, compelling, often very funny interview conducted by fellow filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, Brian De Palma talks us through his long rollercoaster career, and talks illuminatingly about the nexus of cinephilia, voyeurism, politics, Hitchcock and Hollywood that have produced such a flamboyantly personal yet commercial body of work. "A cinephile’s nirvana." The Guardian

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DA Pennebaker

Duration: 92 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2015
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: DA Pennebaker

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Jul 13 06:30 pm
Jul 14 02:30 pm
Jul 16 04:20 pm

By what right do humans lord it over the animals? Does animal consciousness rewrite the ethics book when it comes to the way we treat primates? Documentary veterans Chris Hegadus and DA Pennebaker cover the fascinating story of lawyer Steven Wise, who is petitioning the courts to extend human rights to cognitively complex creatures likes chimpanzees, elephants, dolphins and whales. After all, if the Supreme Court believes corporations are persons before the law, shouldn’t our genetic ancestors enjoy a superior claim? It may sound outlandish, but as the film shows, society may be on the brink of a monumental cultural shift…

Duration: 92 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2015
Series:
Bell Media Best of Hot Docs 2016
Director: DA Pennebaker

Showtimes

Jul 09 06:00 pm

By what right do humans lord it over the animals? Does animal consciousness rewrite the ethics book when it comes to the way we treat primates? Documentary veterans Chris Hegadus and DA Pennebaker cover the fascinating story of lawyer Steven Wise, who is petitioning the courts to extend human rights to cognitively complex creatures likes chimpanzees, elephants, dolphins and whales. After all, if the Supreme Court believes corporations are persons before the law, shouldn’t our genetic ancestors enjoy a superior claim? It may sound outlandish, but as the film shows, society may be on the brink of a monumental cultural shift…