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Articles by Addison Wylie

Addison Wylie
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Addison Wylie is a major film buff who has been publishing related content for several publications for well over a decade. When he's not catching the latest indie flick, he can be seen in local theatre productions and frequenting Peterborough's downtown core with his wife and daughter. Visit Addison's website at
Award-winning Canadian filmmaker and special effects makeup artist Randy Daudlin beginning some blood work on actor Samuel L. Jackson for the 2021 horror thriller film "Spiral: From the Book of Saw." Film Access Northumberland is bringing Daudlin to Cobourg on September 30, 2023 for a workshop at Cobourg ComiCon followed by a film screening and discussion at Venture31 later the same day. (Photo: Randy Daudlin / Instagram)

Award-winning Canadian filmmaker and special effects makeup artist Randy Daudlin coming to Cobourg

Film Access Northumberland presenting 'Reel Creatures' workshop at Cobourg ComiCon on September 30 followed by film screening and artist discussion.
Emily Hampshire and Jonas Chernick in a scene from the 2022 romantic comedy "The End of Sex", screening at the Eye2Eye International Film Festival from June 2 to 4, 2023 at Cobourg's Victoria Hall. Chernick, who also stars in the sci-fi thriller "Ashgrove" screening at the festival, will be attending the festival and participating in a Q&A session after each film. (Photo courtesy of Blue Fox Entertainment)

Highlights from the Eye2Eye International Film Festival in Cobourg this weekend

Presented by Film Access Northumberland, the festival takes place June 2 to 4 at Victoria Hall.
Local short documentaries screening at the virtual ReFrame Film Festival until February 3, 2023 include "Choices" (left), "Rewilding the Classroom" (upper right), "Fault Lines" (middle right), and "The Butch and the Baby Daddy" (lower right). (Photos courtesy of ReFrame Film Festival)

Local documentary ‘Choices’ at Peterborough’s ReFrame Film Festival is ‘an absolute gem’

Film critic Addison Wylie takes a look at four local short films screening during this year's virtual festival.

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