Some truths come to light this week, but there are also some poisonous secrets lingering at French court. Continue reading
This week on Dancing with the Fae: Tamsin busts some killer moves and wins a Bruce!
In a strong debut, Director Cody Calahan translates social media into the horror genre in a unique and disturbing way. Heading to the Carlton Cinema on Friday, December 13th, we talk with Cody about what makes ANTISOCIAL a unique Canadian horror film.
The Canadian Film Review gets a little Antisocial with Writer/Producer Chad Archibald. Antisocial is a Canadian horror feature heading to the Carlton Cinema this Friday in Toronto. If you weren’t afraid of social media before, then this will make you a convert. Check out how Chad came up with the idea, how difficult it was to develop a script around technology and we get the inside scoop on an Antisocial 2!
Canadian Film Review Host Kindah Mardam Bey talks to Canadian Filmmaker RICHIE MEHTA about his films including Siddarth and I’ll Follow you Down.
The Independent Web Series Creators of Canada (IWCC ) is pleased to announce the date and location of TO WebFest 2014, the inaugural year for this upcoming annual screening festival/conference exclusively dedicated to web series.
Queens Mary and Catherine know better than to wait for men to rescue them.
Toronto, Canada – December 3, 2013 – The coming-of-age story, WET BUM, marks the feature film directorial debut by American Film Institute alumna and award-winning short film writer-director Lindsay MacKay. WET BUM stars Julia Sarah Stone (THE KILLING, Wim Wenders’ new feature EVERY THING WILL BE FINE), Genie Award winner Gordon Pinsent (AWAY FROM HER), Craig Arnold (BLACKBIRD), Leah Pinsent (THE BEST LAID PLANS), Jamie Johnston (DEGRASSI: THE NEXT GENERATION) and Diana Leblanc (THE SAMARITAN). The film has started production in Toronto and surrounding areas, and will shoot until mid-December.
December 3, 2013 – Star-studded festival includes film screenings, filmmaker Q&As and special onstage conversations with Denis Villeneuve, Jake Gyllenhaal and John Greyson
Lost Girl’s biggest secret is revealed, Bo has chosen a side, and you will not believe what it is…