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Interview with the acclaimed artist and creator of the Vancouver Island Short Film Festivsal’s (VISFF) famous Goldie Award.
Navigator: Was there a specific film at the VISFF that you found visually appealing or inspiring?
Brendan Tang: What hit me pretty hard was M22, the stuttering film from the Netherlands. I liked the economy of it—how little they had to show to get their point across. I was hooked right from the beginning. Read more ›
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By now, you’ve likely heard the term “podcast” thrown around a million times: comedians, news broadcasting networks, cartoonists, videogame developers—it seems everyone has a podcast. If you’re behind the times and are looking to add podcasts to your workout or housecleaning regiment, The Nav is here to help you navigate the ever-expanding terrain of the podcast universe. Read more ›
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To say that The Lego Movie not only works as a coherent film, but is an exceptional one, seems to be nothing short of a miracle. With a “chosen one” style of story, a sense of humour that is at times ridiculously random and laden with pop-culture references, mixed with a level of sincerity that feels almost exogenous, it’s a film that could have easily turned Read more ›