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Movie review: Dancing Arabs an Israeli balancing act

An Arab teenager tries to find his way in Jewish society in a film about the human cost of Middle East tensions

Welcome to Me, Myself and Whaa?

Movie Review: Welcome to Me Kristen Wiig pulls off the impossible as a mentally ill lottery winner in Shira Piven's dark satire set in the selfie-obsessed post-Oprah age

Movie review: Banksy does New York in style

  A documentary about the street artist in the big city becomes an inquiry into the meaning of art, Jay Stone writes  


ANNE WHEELER Born: 1946, Edmonton   One of the original rebels, it often seems the entire western film tradition sprouted from Anne Wheeler’s loins. If not on a formal level -- then certainly on a spiritual one. Exuding a sense of quiet, calm confidence, she has been referred to as a “Dalai Lama-like” presence by the legions of young actors and film-makers who have shared her many movie sets. “All of us dream of being like Anne,” noted Lynne Stopkewich, fellow west-coaster and director of Kissed. “She just flows.” Director of several features, including the critical success Bye Bye Blues (1989) and the commercial hit, Better Than Chocolate (1998-9), Wheeler has blazed her own trail through the wilderness -- not just in film, but in life as well. Growing up the little sister to three older brothers in the already hostile landscape of Edmonton, Wheeler says she was “determined to catch up” with her older siblings, regardless of whether the ...