Canadian Film Review spoke with Bruce McDonald about his latest film The Husband about a man who is taking care of his home/family while his wife is in jail for having an affair with her teenage student. Once the Husband bumps into the teenage boy by coincidence one day, he then becomes obsessed with his hurt, frustration and potential revenge on this homewrecker/victim. A searing and intimate look at masculinity amidst adverse circumstances, The Husband is McDonald’s best work to date with profound vision and elegant visual storytelling.
Host Kindah Mardam Bey asks some of Canada’s biggest stars of Canadian TV the direction they see Canadian Film heading .
TORONTO, ONTARIO (MARCH 5, 2014) – ReelWorld Film Festival announced today that it is presenting 79 films and videos during its eight-day festival, being held from April 2 to 6, 2014 in Toronto and from April 11 to 13, 2014 in Markham.
There is a misconception that exists in Canada, that all of our best film and television talent drifts south of the border to the sunny shores of California to ply their trade. While this drift may very well be true in other streams, such as athletics, many of Canada’s great directors have shown a commitment to Canada and continue to produce much of their content within the confines of our great nation.
The scope of this list will be shaped by this reality. We should be proud that many of our most respected directors will not be able to appear below.
There was a royal wedding this week in ‘The Consummation’. Continue reading
Caitlin uses her first solo flight to track down Tommy in ‘Flying Solo’. Continue reading
What if Sally didn’t die? Find out what happens when she gets that chance… Continue reading
Set in beautiful Vancouver, No Clue sets itself up as a hard boiled detective story. It’s not long after we realize that it takes a unique approach by adding some great comedic one-liners to lighten the mood, in Brent Butt’s debut feature film.
Jeremy’s condition worsens, leaving Elena and Clay to find a solution fast. Continue reading
Why is it so hard to find Canadian Film in theatres? This is something that Bern Euler and the Canadian Film Festival is trying to change.