Film

One this past summer's biggest crazes was the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, as hundreds if not thousands of people poured buckets of icy water over their heads, then posted video clips of the stunt...
Shot in cities around the world, including Los Angeles, Toronto, Sao Paolo, Berlin and Copenhagen, Bikes vs Cars documents the often contentious relationship between cyclists and drivers,...
The 12th annual Toronto edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival opens this week, including a screening of The Salt of the Earth, the Oscar-nominated new film by Buena Vista Social Club...
“Hi, honey-bunnies. Quick question: have you had the best night of your life? Ever? On Earth? Yet? Well, you could. With me. For a good cause.” That is how Avengers: Age of Ultron...
Going to a movie these days can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. Theatres are loud, busy places after all; that is their nature. So imagine the struggles people with autism (and their...
Horror films and blood go hand-in-hand so mounting a blood drive for the American Red Cross and Canadian Blood Services, or any blood bank worldwide, for that matter, is a no brainer. Jen Soska...
Every year, 3.74 trillion sticks of gum are made. That doesn’t include gum balls or other forms, but chewing gum is the second most common form of litter next to cigarette butts. According to...
If weekly housecleaning and morning cartoons aren’t quite reason enough to spring out of bed early on Saturday morning, then a slate of free movies and deeply discounted snacks courtesy...
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival kicks off tonight at the TIFF Bell Lightbox with the 3rd Annual TIFF Gala and a marquee speaker, Academy Award-winning actor Al Pacino.  The intimate...
A new film festival in Connecticut launching in 2015 will be the first to come out of the gate with an official charity association and make philanthropy an actual part of its mandate. The Greenwich...

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