I have not only been analysing Hollywood movies. I have also been analysing French and British films, as well as little Canadian movies likethe comedies Corner Gas: The Movie (2014) and After the Ball (2015), to name the last two added to the list.
After the Ball is a Cinderella story made with the support of Telefilm Canada. It was shot entirely in Montréal and includes several Canadian actors from Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec, including Marc-André Grondin as the 'prince'. Its writers (Jason Sherman and Kate Melville) and director (Sean Garrity) are all Canadian and the post-production work was done in Ontario. This movie made me realize I prefer the feel of movies filmed in Montréal--as opposed to Los Angeles or New York.
Next up on my list of Canadian movies to analyse is Away from Her (2006), directed by Sarah Polley and written by Sarah Polley and Alice Munro.
Canadian feminist and cinephile on the verge of publishing my film guide for women and my opus. My coffee table book about women, What is a Woman?, is now available at Blurb.ca. I have also posted some related movie clips on my YouTube channel (ACPicks), and you can follow me on Spinster: @AllineCormier@spinster.xyz. I was locked out of Twitter (@AllineCormier) for five months before receiving an apology (alternate account: ACPicks1).