Film

If it seems like an unusual amount of red clown noses are on your television on May 25 there's a good reason — that's the date for the third annual Red Nose Day USA, a star-studded...
Surfing isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of the Gaza Strip, the small Palestinian territory bordering Egypt and Israel and governed since 2007 by Hamas, the...
The dog-eared catchphrase “May the force be with you” gets a boost with the latest movie-themed charitable initiative from  Star Wars: Force for Change benefitting two well-...
Asghar Farhadi, the Iranian director who boycotted the Academy Awards last night at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood because of President Trump’s Muslim ban, ended up winning the Oscar for best...
If you have never seen Sharkwater, the impactful 2006 documentary by the late Rob Stewart about the illegal killing of sharks and their importance to the environment — or you’d just like...
The Tragically Hip's frontman Gord Downie turns 53 today. Let’s reignite the flood of donations for his charities, which were set up following the announcement a year ago that he had...
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has condemned President Trump’s Muslim ban and will not be attending the Academy Awards, for which his film, The Salesman, is up for best foreign-language movie...
Veteran actress Meryl Streep, who was an outspoken Hillary Clinton supporter during her bid for President, used her platform at last night’s Golden Globes to illuminate the hatred and bullying...
When Shelley Saywell’s 2015 documentary, Lowdown Tracks, earned rave reviews and awards at its initial screenings, there was an unexpected consequence — the release of the soundtrack...
Fire Song, by Canadian writer and director Adam Garnet Jones, is an LGBT drama never told before on screen and it is one that goes above and beyond the focus of sexuality. Released today (Nov. 8) on...

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