Film

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...
Anith Kumar works at Ernst & Young in Banglore, India, pouring over tax documents. The swanky offices are worlds away from the slum in northern Bangalore where Kumar was born. The child of...
Raphael Lemkin coined the term "genocide" in 1944 and was the driving force behind the United Nations bringing into force the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of...
The story of the Congo is largely a tragic one, and one of its sad chapters involves Virunga National Park, the subject of a new documentary bearing the park's name from British director Orlando...
Pussy Riot has almost become a household name after the group's protests against Russian president Vladimir Putin and the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church landed them in prison, and...
A decade ago, six Torontonians roamed the streets dressed as zombies, complete with bloody makeup, sunken eyes and tattered clothing. It was the world’s first public Zombie Walk. Vancouver, San...

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