Interview with director Peter Giser about artistic and directorial decisions of the upcoming production.
Well done production is but a small step in the long process of acknowledging harms done by settlers on Indigenous peoples of Canada.
Best movies of 2018 and a few out now to check out.
Nos Ghettos takes directly from the Ulysses playbook and looks at humanity in all its forms.
Karan gives context and reflects on the Indian Supreme Court’s overturn of Section 377
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park flips the familiar tale.
One of Quebec’s only Latina burlesque troupe leaders, Salty Margarita, talks about the upcoming June show.
Outstanding show on offer at Espace Knox.
Director shares his thoughts on new production.
This film tells the coming out story of a teenager in high school as he communicates with an anonymous classmate through email.
Marjorie Prime asks if our holographic selves are better than our true selves.
This new film tells the story of a man tackling the taboo subject of menstrual hygiene with full force.
Catch the nominees in the short documentary category before this year’s Academy Awards!
Catch the programming of the animated short film nominations ahead of the Academy Awards on March 4th!
A review of the latest Bhansali film, aside from the controversy.
Simple plot and good acting highlight messages about race and privilege
Abstract play never comes together entirely.