Inclusion and the Movies

L.M. Magalas

Canadian-born L.M. Magalas has a universal love of movies that started when her grandfather had her watch The Searchers at the age of thirteen. Since then she's made a habit of watching any movie that is not nailed down, although she tends to avoid gory horror movies whenever possible. She is also an animated movie fan and loves anything by Hayao Miyazaki. She finds it difficult to find anyone willing to play Scene It with her. She's also a writer and yearly NaNoWriMo participant. Her favourite movie is the original Twelve Angry Men.

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  1. Ed Rosenberg says:

    “Inclusion is a word that’s usually thrown around schools and educational discussions. It focuses on the idea that everyone should feel included and involved in the classroom. Of course, this isn’t always the way it is in the real world. But from what I’m seeing with this theater in Calgary, it may soon become the trend.”

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    Take care.