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Today in Toronto: The Year of Magical Thinking, Reel Asian International Film Festival

The Year of Magical Thinking Before the publication of The Year of Magical Thinking in 2005, Joan Didion was known as a brilliant essayist and novelist. After it, her name became shorthand for widowhood, so stunning was her account of the year following her husband’s death. Find out more >>

Reel Asian International Film Festival This pan-Asian showcase is one of the city’s best smaller-scale film fests. This year’s entries include Oxhide II, an intoxicatingly simple real-time, fixed-camera flick about a family making dumplings. Find out more >>

Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People In Routes, 15-year-old Tom avoids violence at home by riding the bus around his neighbourhood, trying to make some sense of the brutality that surrounds him. Find out more >>

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