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Press Release - The Impact Series Adds 2 Features

We've officially revealed Captains of Zaatari and Writing with Fire as our next releases! Read the full article on Deadline by clicking on their logo below: An excerpt: "Canada’s The Impact Series Adds 2 Features Season 2 of The Impact Series, a film and speaker initiative focused on environmen...
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Lift Like A Girl - Review Roundup

Here are some reviews for our newest release, Lift Like a Girl! Released July 9th, check it out in select theatres or in our Virtual Cinema! LIFT LIKE A GIRL: 4 STARS. “DYNAMIC, SCRAPPY AND FILLED WITH HEART.” Review by Richard Crouse (featured on CTV and other outlets) “Pumping Iron,” the film ...
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Entangled - Review Round Up

Entangled Review Roundup Entangled released in select theatres on June 18th across Canada, here's what people had to say about us! In the Seats - 4 out of 5 Stars "A lot of documentaries don’t take the time to look at both sides of an issue, but Entangled is different. It shows that there truly a...
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Impact Series: Driving Change Podcast hosted by David Peck!

CANADIAN ACTIVIST, AUTHOR, AND PODCASTER DAVID PECK TO HOST 10 PART SERIES! Snippet below, to read the full article from Movie Scene Canada, click HERE! TORONTO, June 14, 2021 — THE IMPACT SERIES announced today that it will launch a new podcast series titled “Driving Change” hosted ...
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Season 2 Premieres with: Entangled

The Battle for Right Whales – Watch Entangled in Season 2 of The Impact Series A whole giant whale species on the brink of extinction? Read our article on the North Atlantic Right Whale and Impact Series own documentary Entangled. We provide the intro to Ishani Dasgupta's wonderful article below...
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"In The Seats with" David Voigt: Marc Silver+ 3 1/2 Minutes,10 Bullets

From David Voigt's "In The Seats with..." Podcast: Life can pivot in an instant...  On this episode we're jumping into 'The Impact Series' and the film '3 1/2 Minutes...10 Bullets' as we talk with director Marc Silver.
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3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets Movie Review - Original Cin

Amidst daily reports about the trial of policeman Derek Chauvin, the gruesome death of George Floyd, and this week’s police shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota, it may seem perverse to revisit a different racially-charged trial from 2015.   Yet, the film, 3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets, as well as being a compelling real-life courtroom drama, offers some clarity about race and injustice in the pre-Trump era.
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Hollywood Suite to be Exclusive Broadcast Home of The Impact Series Season 1

SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS SERIES OF AWARD-WINNING DOCUMENTARIES PREMIERES MARCH 15 Toronto. February 8, 2021. Hollywood Suite is proud to be the exclusive Canadian home for The Impact Series’ eight critically acclaimed and socially impactful feature documentary films. The series will air Monday nights at 9pm ET starting March 15, and will also be available to stream on Hollywood Suite On Demand. The collection of socially relevant films from around the world addresses complex topics in an accessible and entertaining environment within a platform that facilitates thoughtful discussion.
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Sing Me a Song review – sombre Bhutanese internet love story

In 2013, French documentary-maker Thomas Balmès made a film called Happiness, about an eight-year-old monk called Peyangki in the remote Himalayan village of Laya in Bhutan – and how this boy was responding to the astounding novelties of TV and the internet. Now seven years later, Balmès has ret...
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Big movies for Christmas from Tom Hanks, George Clooney and Wonder Woman

  In a normal year, this next week would be the biggest time for moviegoers. The time isn’t right, but the big movies are here anyway. Most start Christmas Day, and it’s not always announced yet how and where. But read on: There are so many, you’re bound to find something.   For the full article...
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Watson film humanizes the Sea Shepherd's uncompromising eco-warrior

Lesley Chilcott’s new Paul Watson documentary traces his life from serial runaway to Greenpeace cofounder to a man in exile at sea   For the full article by Adrian Mack click here.  
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