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She has worked in many different cultural disciplines, including producing contemporary dance and new music concerts, running a small press, programming film festivals, and writing for newspapers and magazines across Canada and the U.S. She holds degrees in English from Simon Fraser University and film animation from Emily Carr University.

Many films will never be the belle of the ball on Oscar night, but they still deserve a little recognition. This being the season of awards ceremonies -- the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Razzies -- perhaps we can add one more contender to the pack, the Tyeeies. Breaking away from the Hollywood formula of best actor, best adapted screenplay, etcetera., these awards will reward those odd little details that stay with you long after the film itself has ended -- those little surprises that add up to the joy of cinema.

Best Use of Foreign Food in a Foreign Film Sometimes the best thing about foreign films is the foreign food, whether it's drinking Gazpacho in Pedro Almodavar's films, eating sweet buns in Shaolin Soccer, or, in the case of Infernal Affairs (Wu Jian Dao 2002) drinking bottled green tea. Food often plays an incidental role in the plot itself, but it the crucial little details that add up to the experience of another time and place.

Never underestimate the importance of the edible, it will give you an entire new sense of the ordinary details of the character's lives, making them more genuine, taking you inside their world, into the gut of the story. The award for this category must go to the Korean film Old Boy (2003), which gives new meaning to the notion of fresh food. The story starts when Oh Dae-Su is kidnapped on his daughter's third birthday and imprisoned for 15 years in a hotel room. Why? Good question. When he is finally released, after transforming himself into a perfect instrument of revenge, he has five days to discover the reason. After 15 years of eating dumplings, something a little more lively is called for, so he heads to the sushi bar to down some squiggling squid. When Old Boy captured the Grand Prix at Cannes, director Chan-wook Park thanked the squid for their hard work, along with the rest of the cast and crew. This film is not for the faint of heart, but God love the Koreans, they make films quite like no other country, full of unbelievable violence tempered by an odd and occasional sentimental sweetness. It's a taste sensation.

Not since Tarzan and His Mate (1934) which helped bring in the Hayes code, has there been a more swimmingly swell sex scene than the one in Renegade. French actor Victor Cassel, and Juliette Lewis play a game of underwater catch and snatch, and other assorted watersports. Based on the comic book by French artist Moebius, the film's original title was Blueberry, but that wasn't macho enough for North American audiences, I guess.

This hallucinogenic western isn't a great film, but it is a hoot in boots. The story begins when Mike S. Blueberry arrives in town as a greenhorn and promptly gets embroiled with a major baddie played by perpetual baddie, Michael Madsen. After a shoot out that kills his girlfriend, and leaves him close to death, little Blueberry is taken in by the Chiracahua tribe and taught the ways of the shaman. He must confront his own inner demons and battle the bad guy in typical Western way. The plot, for the most part, is entirely nonsensical; there are cowboys, Indians, lots of mystical journeys and the ingesting of many mysterous and magical potions, but it makes the old west look astonishingly beautiful. The scenery must be seen. Victor Cassel does a fine rendition of someone on a very weird trip; his eyes rolled back in his head and his mouth open and drooling. Director Jan Kounen spent a long time researching Shamanism and the Shipibo-Conibos culture before making the film and some of his research, which formed the basis for a subsequent documentary, rubs off on this very French version of Le Wild West.

Director Jim McKay's Everyday People takes place in a fictional Brooklyn restaurant during its final 24 hours before it is bought up by a giant corporation to make way for a Hard Rock Cafe and a Banana Republic. The ideas about race relations are a little shop worn, and the acting ranges from the strong to the plain awkward, but any film that is set in one location is something that I like. And the restaurant of the film, Raskin's, makes a star turn. From the breakfast shift to the late night drinkers, the film follows an ensemble of different characters from the front of the house to the dish pit. The one thing it gets right is that sense of how a work place becomes home for the motley crew of everyday people who populate it. McKay shot the film in a restaurant that had just closed down the previous year, and very consciously chose this location.

Millennium Mambo is not a new film, but we'll make an exception here at The Tyee since director Hou Hsiao-Hsien is regarded as being up there with the big boys, Godard, Truffaut, Bergman, et al. Millennium Mambo, likes its title implies, is set in 2001 and concerns the story of a party girl who smokes and drinks and gets sniffed by her boyfriend. At first glance the film is seemingly as vacant and vacuous as its heroine Vicky, but then again maybe that's the point.

Runner up is The Missing, in which a granny loses her grandson in a park and spends the rest of the film searching for him. Not much happens, but it's the way in which not much happens that's the important thing. Director Lee Kang-sheng, who started out as an actor working with another director famous for nothing happening Tsai Ming-liang (Goodbye Dragon Inn) emulates the master well. Much like real life, you'll be left wondering, what was that about anyway? If you have an answer, let me know.

You won't find many genuine film surprises in movie theatres, but thanks to the advent of DVD, you can still watch them. Here's a big shout out to Black Dog Video (3451 Cambie Street), which just stocked their shelves with Wong Kar Wai's 2046, the French slasher flick Haute Tension, and Haneke's The Time of the Wolf. 350c69d7ab


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