Black Conflux is the type of film that you’ll keep thinking about long after you’ve left the theatre.
Staycation adventures are so underrated, and especially in Toronto, there are so many things to do. To show off just …
One of my favourite events in southwestern Ontario returns on Saturday, September 21 at Blue Mountain Village, and there will be beer, food, and fantastic festivities once again at Creemore Springs’ Oktoberfest at Blue.
It’s the best time of year in Toronto if you love film. The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival is just days away, and the full list of expected stars, talent, creators, and filmmakers has been announced.
Cheers, Calgary! The Calgary Stampede is on now, and Air Canada is celebrating with the most Canadian of drinks, the Caesar, and they’ve opened a special YYCaesar Bar that’s supporting a great cause all week long.
Irish actress Jessie Buckley has been a superstar in waiting for quite some time now, and her latest effort, the musical drama Wild Rose (which opens in Toronto this weekend and expands across Canada in the following weeks) should hopefully be the performance that catapults her to such lofty heights.
We sit down with Emmy winning actor Tony Hale to talk about his latest role as the neurotic Forky in the Disney/Pixar sequel Toy Story 4, in theatres everywhere on Thursday, June 20, 2019.
Let the countdown begin! The Toronto International Film Festival is less than 12 weeks away, and there are some key dates coming up that you need to know for purchasing packages and tickets.
Tamas Yvan Topolanszky’s Curtiz is a stylishly captivating dramatization of one famed director’s battle to make one of the most celebrated films of all time.
At least a passing knowledge of the films and social standards at the time of their production is necessary going into Lemon Popsicle: Of Winners and Losers, which looks more about the backstage drama and cultural phenomenon of the movies than the content within them.