Articles by Sinj Karan
Venus tells the tale of a trans woman encountering her long-lost son.
Ali Kazimi’s documentary traces back the lives of Chinese Americans through photographs.
Dane Stewart talks about the inspiration and method of his new play The History of Sexuality.
Darren Aronofsky’s new controversial, allegorical film is a glimpse of what may come.
Interviews with three authors who contributed to the book about Christmas horror in film and television.
Interview with Zach Frazer about his remounted production.
What does India mean on the anniversary of its independence from British rule.
But Nolan delivers cinematic magic as usual.
Quentin talks about the upcoming performance of Naked Boys Singing and what it is like to get nude in front of an audience.
Romance, fun, frolic and lots of banter
Play focuses on political correctness and female empowerment.
Karan ponders where is the place for non-nationalists in the new global climate
What does it mean to be a Quebecker in the 21st century?
The newly restored version of this immersive sci-fi film is screening at Cinema du Parc this week.
Experimental theatre piece focuses on dark secrets and contemporary issues.
The latest version of this French classic brings things into live-action.
Andrew Potter’s controversial article and resignation raises questions about free speech.
While efforts to to increase the presence of visible minorities in film awards like the Oscars are noted, Hollywood still has a whitewash at the top.
This Oscar-nominated animation tells the stories of children in an orphanage, with a boy nicknamed Zucchini at the centre of it all.
Life, humour, and a case for Europe.