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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...
Going to the movies is not always affordable for families, but this Saturday, Oct. 22, is one day where you won't even mind the price of popcorn. In fact, you'll want to pay for it. Cineplex...
A screening of the film The Adventure Club is going to help young people across Canada on their own future adventures. On Saturday, Oct. 8 a special Cineplex theatres across Canada will be hosting a...
Between 2007 and 2016, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada were locked in lengthy, sometimes Herculean struggle across the courts of...
In his directorial debut, Coming Out, Alden Peters tackles an issue that seems to be losing some of its relevance these days with the younger millennial generation — officially coming out...
Rock-It Promotions, the PR firm behind the annual Tastemakers gifting lounge during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), made a $5000 donation to SickKids Foundation and donated an...
Arab Spring was a time of hope throughout the Middle East in 2011 and the country of Syria was no exception. People took to the streets to protest the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...
Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated actor Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs, 12 Years a Slave) addressed a question from Samaritanmag at the TIFF Soirée last night about the little-known...
TIFF isn’t all about the Who’s Who. It’s also about Who Helps. The 41st Toronto International Film Festival kicks off Wednesday (Sept. 7) with the fundraising gala TIFF Soiré...

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