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'Pontypool' Director Bruce McDonald Throws His Hat Into the Horror Worldnew

Bruce McDonald has been a fixture on the Canadian indie film scene since the 1989 Toronto International Film Festival. Pontypool is frightening, funny and probably the best thing McDonald's ever done.
Fast Forward Weekly  |  Peter Hemminger  |  03-19-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bruce McDonald on His Small-Town Ontario Zombie Filmnew

Here's the bit of brilliance that lies at the gut of McDonald's latest movie: Pontypool is truly horrifying for what it doesn't show us.
Montreal Mirror  |  Matthew Hays  |  03-13-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Grrr Power: Maureen Medved Transforms Her Novel into a Powerful Piece of Literary Cinema

Vancouver-based novelist Maureen Medved just nabbed a Genie nomination for her screenplay for The Tracey Fragments. We caught up with her to talk about that page-to-screen process.
Monday Magazine  |  John Threlfall  |  01-31-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bruce McDonald Jazzes Up 'The Tracey Fragments'new

There have been several contra­dictions in McDonald's life and career, but in truth, he is a sensible man.
The Georgia Straight  |  Ian Caddell  |  11-02-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

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