MoMA to showcase Canadian film

The Museum of Modern Art in New York has again turned its focus north of the border by hosting its second annual showcase of new Canadian cinema.
Laurence Kardish, senior curator of MoMA’s film and media department, made the selections for Canadian Front: New Films 2005.
“A certain wildness, not usually associated with Canada, is a feature of this year’s edition of new narrative works from up north. Behaviour is not circumspect but virtually out-of-control in fascinating ways,” Kardish said about his selections in a statement. “Performances are strong, bold and brave.”
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