On the latest episode of Frameline we highlight a few of the films playing at this year’s Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF). Running from February 14th to 19th, the festival showcases unique voices in cinema that promote the reality of the black experience across the globe. One of the films playing the festival is Darren Curtis’ thrilling solo directorial debut Boost. Both host Barbara Goslawski and I were big fans of Boost and spend time discussing why this is one Canadian film you should need to see.
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