"WEREWOLF" NAMED BEST CANADIAN FILM

Jan 10, 2018

By Andy Johnson

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A movie about a homeless Cape Breton couple struggling with methadone addiction has won the Rogers Best Canadian Film Award.
“Werewolf,” the debut film by Canadian director Ashley McKenzie won the $100,000 prize at the Toronto Film Critics Association gala last night.
Also in the running were Kevan Funk for “Hello Destroyer” and Joyce Wong for “Wexford Plaza.”  They both took home $5,000 as runners-up.
Earlier this month the Association named “The Florida Project” as best picture.  It’s a move about kids growing up in a welfare motel in the shadow of Disney World.  It co-starred Willem Dafoe.
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