Volume 96, Issue 88
Tuesday March 18, 2003
Green with envy

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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday March 18, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

Talented Western filmmakers strike gold at the Rainbow

London movie fans filled the theatre at Rainbow Cinemas for opening night of the ninth annual UWO Film Festival on Friday. If the enthusiastic round of applause given to the young filmmakers at the end of the screening was any indication, no one in the audience left disappointed.



Indie bands get a New Rotation

The beauty of the Internet is that it allows everyone to have a voice – a new playing field where indie artists have just as much reach as those in the mainstream.

NewRotation.com, a new indie Internet radio station based in Toronto, has seized this opportunity. Jason Denicolais and Jamie Messum, two of the co-founders of NewRotation, speak about their new company, the indie scene and the future of music.





MOVIE REVIEW: Willard
Oh, that silly Willard!


Although seeing Crispin Glover's name on a movie poster is certainly grade-A bizarro, it doesn't rival the wacky character he plays in Willard, the story of a socially inept young man who becomes the leader of an army of rats, which he uses to exact revenge on his aggressive and demanding boss.





MOVIE REVIEW: Agent Cody Banks

Ever wondered what James Bond and Ethan Hunt were like as teenagers? Well, junior agent Cody Banks is your answer. Agent Cody Banks is a Die Another Day/Mission Impossible for kids, while still being somewhat amusing for adults.

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