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Tracy Wren

Tracy Wren is an award-winning poet, filmmaker and writer.  She lived in Oughterard, Ireland for many years and recently completed an MFA in film at USC. tracywrenfilms.com

Articles

Nov 21st, 2012
From the invention of the game of basketball in 1891 by James Naismith of Toronto to the first SCTV broadcast in Toronto in 1976, Canadians have been out and about, entertaining the world. Canadian...
Feb 25th, 2012
The green carpet was laid out at Bad Robot production company in Santa Monica, California last Thursday evening for the most prestigious pre-Oscar award ceremony in Hollywood. The Oscar Wildes...
Apr 3rd, 2011
In October of 1882, Oscar Wilde arrived by train in New Brunswick to give a lecture on "The practical application of the principals of the Aesthetic Theory to exterior and interior house decorations...
Nov 11th, 2010
Editors and students gathered last week at USC to pay tribute to Sally Menke, A.C.E., editor of the iconic Pulp Fiction. During her career, Menke was nominated for two Academy Awards, two Eddie...
Mar 7th, 2010
Do we really have to wait four more years for another winter Olympics?  Not having jewel-like Vancouver to turn to night after night for us in Los Angeles has been a little like tumbling off a...
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Feb 2nd, 2010
A brief but in-depth interview with down-to-Earth Canadian actor, Gil Bellows.
Jan 3rd, 2010
I found myself thinking, no, not him again.
Aug 5th, 2009
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Release Date: July 15, 2009 Runtime: 153 min. Rating: PG13 Cast: Daniel Raddcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Michael Gambon, Alan Rickman, Jim Broadbent...
May 29th, 2009
There may not be a lot to the story, but the clever action sequences and wacky supporting characters make up for it. It’s just so much fun to see a giant marble statue of Abraham Lincoln come to life...
May 9th, 2009
Adapted from the novel of the same name by journalist Steve Lopez (Robert Downey Jr.) that chronicles his real life relationship with homeless cellist Nathaniel Ayres Jr., The Soloist...
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