• This Changes Everything

    This Changes Everything

    ★★★½

    Okay this had me tearing up literally throughout but the fact that it was directed by a man 🤦‍♀️

  • French Exit

    French Exit

    ★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #21

    I was really just here for the dad-cat

  • Bye Luna

    Bye Luna

    ★★★★½

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #20

    Well shot, great casting, and a great message. This young director's first production was shot on a USD$900 budget and premiered at CANNES.

    Based on his own experiences as a Hispanic American teaching his partner's daughter Spanish in the current political climate, this short was poignant and extremely relevant.

  • The Tailor

    The Tailor

    ★★★★½

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #19

    Queer, uplifting, so happy to see this short included in the festival. An absolute must-watch if you're able!

    OFFA Awards winner for Best Canadian Short Film

  • The Plumber

    The Plumber

    ★★★½

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #18

    OFFA Awards winner for Best International Short Film

  • Alice

    Alice

    ★★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #17

    This is a great film to go into blind so I won't say too much, but I absolutely loved it.

    Also–you know I've gotta say it: SAPPHIC VIBES.

  • The Long Way

    The Long Way

    ★★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #16

    I didn't expect this to make me tear up! What a lovely touching story, beautifully shot and really showed the love for San Francisco. The casting was excellent and the story was simple but effective and very well constructed.

  • Gosia@Tomek

    Gosia@Tomek

    ★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #14

    Well this one was a mixed bag for me.

    Let’s start with the good:
    - it’s rare to see a story around a caregiver with their genuine struggles (for examples of what I DON’T mean see: Me Before You, The Upside)
    - This is definitely a hot debate among disabled folks, but I don’t see acknowledging it as a loss/hoping to get somewhat back to some semblance of normal is a bad thing, so…

  • Hekademia

    Hekademia

    ★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #15

  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

    ★★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #13

    Previous (not on Letterboxd):
    Walks dir. Al J. Moran

  • Lorelei

    Lorelei

    ★★★★

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #11

  • Pipo and Blind Love

    Pipo and Blind Love

    ★★★½

    Oakville Festivals of Film & Art #10

    Previous (not on Letterboxd):
    The Gift dir. Pauls Dombrovskis