Toronto Correspondences #6: A Just Beauty

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The Notebook is covering Tiff with an on-going correspondence between critics Fernando F. Croce, Kelley Dong, and editor Daniel Kasman.CézanneDear Danny and Fern, As the halfway mark of the festival approaches, perhaps you also find yourself and notice that others are trying to articulate a précis of sorts with whatever permutations possible—what it all means, where the industry is headed, which culturally relevant but politically insensitive, formally middling mid-brow title could win Best Picture at the Academy Awards. But today I find the predictions premature, and am taking my precious time to soak in the pause provided by Luke Fowler’s Cézanne, which screened in the third Wavelengths shorts program (titled “Look Around”). The film starts as a guided tour, its title card a street sign labeled Cézanne. Fowler films in Aix-en-Provence, the location of the artist’s studio and garden now occupied by what Michael Sicinski, in his overview of the program,
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