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Sudbury author incorporates century-old trauma from his own family into novel

Sudbury author incorporates century-old trauma from his own family into novel

Ric deMeulles releasing his third novel, Quinn, this month
Author Joseph Boyden surprise guest at Friday Cinéfest screening

Author Joseph Boyden surprise guest at Friday Cinéfest screening

'Through Black Spruce' film based on his 2008 novel of the same name
Memphis Jones and The King: Spend a night in Memphis without leaving Sudbury

Memphis Jones and The King: Spend a night in Memphis without leaving Sudbury

Show takes place Sept. 26 at the Cambrian College Student Centre
Photo: Chickadee snags a snack

Photo: Chickadee snags a snack

We welcome photos!
'Firecrackers' actor plans to attend film's Friday night Cinéfest screening

'Firecrackers' actor plans to attend film's Friday night Cinéfest screening

Film is by Ryerson University alum Jasmin Mozaffari
Check out behind-the-scenes photos of locally-shot Cinéfest film 'Never Saw It Coming'

Check out behind-the-scenes photos of locally-shot Cinéfest film 'Never Saw It Coming'

Film screens at Cinéfest Thursday evening
Take It Easy and check out this Eagles tribute at STC Oct. 26

Take It Easy and check out this Eagles tribute at STC Oct. 26

Enjoy all your favourite hits
Cinéfest 2018: 'North of 60' actress dishes on why she turned a Joseph Boyden novel into a film

Cinéfest 2018: 'North of 60' actress dishes on why she turned a Joseph Boyden novel into a film

Regarding the Boyden ancestry controversy, Tina Keeper says 'if he says he is, I believe him'
First couple of blues returning to play at Motley Kitchen Sept. 20

First couple of blues returning to play at Motley Kitchen Sept. 20

They've won nine Maple Blues Awards and six Juno nominations
Seventh chapter of 'Perspective' film screens at Cinéfest Friday, Sept. 21

Seventh chapter of 'Perspective' film screens at Cinéfest Friday, Sept. 21

A new chapter of locally-produced film has been shot each year since 2012; project continues until 2020