Halloween is one of my favorite times of year. Pumpkins! Candy! Costumes! What's not to love? If you're a Halloween fan, and you happen to be a fan of anything Disney, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World is a must-see event, and it's on now until November 1.
JFL42 is about to hit Toronto and the lineup is better than ever. With so many comedians about to hit the city we thought it would be fun to highlight a few notable headliners and check out what they had to say about life and their acts.
For her sixth feature film, director, writer, producer, actor and all around DIY Jill-of-all-trades Ingrid Veninger takes filmgoers to Porcupine Lake (set to make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this week). A unique coming-of-age story from one of Canada’s most resolutely independent filmmakers, the latest from Veninger (MODRA, The Animal Project) represents both a departure for her cinematically and a telling of one of her most personal stories to date.
In addition to screening hundreds of feature films every year, the Toronto International Film Festival (kicking off on Thursday, September 7th and running to the 17th) boasts an exceptionally strong line-up of shorts. The Short Cuts Programme has become one of the most prominent showcases of short filmmaking in the world, but films functioning outside of the sexier, long-form norm can be found popping up throughout the festival in various sections, perhaps most notably in the daring, boundary pushing Wavelengths program.
Hamilton Watch, Sparkling Ice, Flawless by Friday, The Macallan, and Roku, join The GATE's Interview Lounge at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
It's nearly time for TIFF 2017! The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival is just a few days away, and today the festival announced hundreds of stars, talent, and filmmakers who will be visiting the city between September 7 to 17 for the red carpets, parties, industry sessions, interviews, and screenings.
Montreal. A city so vibrant, full of life and celebrating it’s 375th birthday, you won’t have a moment to spare checking out the sites, the exhibits, and what the city has to offer when it comes to food.
Put me in a car, with the open road, and I may be just about the happiest guy around. My family and I went on a road trip, from Toronto to Sault Ste. Marie, and we drove a 2017 Ford Flex on an adventure that included parks, beaches, bugs, science, history, and a lot of fun together in our amazing province. It was a getaway that showed off why road trips can be so much fun, and why Ontario is such an incredible place to live.
Get ready to laugh, Toronto. The sixth edition of JFL42--Toronto's comedy festival--returns this fall from September 21 to 30, and this year's headliners include Bill Burr, John Mulaney, Ali Wong, Tim and Eric, My Favorite Murder, and Tom Segura.