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  • Meet the new head of Toronto’s Inside Out film festival
    Thursday October 27th 2016

    In July, Andria Wilson and her girlfriend Jules Hobin packed their two cats into a U-Haul and left Halifax to start a new life in Toronto. “I just decided to go all in,” she said in an interview this week at a coffee shop on Richmond St. Her gamble paid[…]

  • AMC horror-film streaming service Shudder comes to Canada
    Wednesday October 26th 2016

    Horror fans bemoaning a lack of great picks on Netflix can now consider shelling out for a new kid on the streaming-video block. AMC Entertainment Inc.’s Shudder launched in Canada on Thursday with a promise of offering a meaty selection of scary movies both old and new. Some horror buffs,[…]

  • Alberta oilsands prominently featured in DiCaprio climate change film
    Tuesday October 25th 2016

    Canada features prominently in Leonardo DiCaprio’s new climate-change documentary Before The Flood and director Fisher Stevens said he was “really horrified” by scenes of the oilsands in northeastern Alberta. “It does employ a lot of people,” said Stevens of the oil industry, during an interview at the Toronto International Film[…]

  • TIFF fundraiser honours Jeff Lyons’ love of movies
    Monday October 24th 2016

    It was almost a year ago that two of my uncle, Jeff Lyons’, dearest friends — Jerome Zwicker and Wayne Pulver — decided they wanted to put his name in lights. So spawned next Wednesday evening’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) fundraising tribute to Jeff called “Movies and Memoirs” —[…]

  • Paul Gross takes top film honours at Directors Guild of Canada Awards
    Saturday October 22nd 2016

    Such familiar homegrown names as Bruce McDonald, Helen Shaver, Jerry Ciccoritti and Paul Gross were among the filmmakers feted at Saturday night’s 15th annual Directors Guild of Canada Awards. The DGC, which represents more than 4,000 people in the country’s screen-based industry, handed out 17 honours Saturday aimed to highlight[…]

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Archives for: October 20165
  • Meet the new head of Toronto’s Inside Out film festival
    Thursday October 27th 2016

    In July, Andria Wilson and her girlfriend Jules Hobin packed their two cats into a U-Haul and left Halifax to start a new life in Toronto. “I just decided to go all in,” she said in an interview this week at a coffee shop on Richmond St. Her gamble paid[…]

  • AMC horror-film streaming service Shudder comes to Canada
    Wednesday October 26th 2016

    Horror fans bemoaning a lack of great picks on Netflix can now consider shelling out for a new kid on the streaming-video block. AMC Entertainment Inc.’s Shudder launched in Canada on Thursday with a promise of offering a meaty selection of scary movies both old and new. Some horror buffs,[…]

  • Alberta oilsands prominently featured in DiCaprio climate change film
    Tuesday October 25th 2016

    Canada features prominently in Leonardo DiCaprio’s new climate-change documentary Before The Flood and director Fisher Stevens said he was “really horrified” by scenes of the oilsands in northeastern Alberta. “It does employ a lot of people,” said Stevens of the oil industry, during an interview at the Toronto International Film[…]

  • TIFF fundraiser honours Jeff Lyons’ love of movies
    Monday October 24th 2016

    It was almost a year ago that two of my uncle, Jeff Lyons’, dearest friends — Jerome Zwicker and Wayne Pulver — decided they wanted to put his name in lights. So spawned next Wednesday evening’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) fundraising tribute to Jeff called “Movies and Memoirs” —[…]

  • Paul Gross takes top film honours at Directors Guild of Canada Awards
    Saturday October 22nd 2016

    Such familiar homegrown names as Bruce McDonald, Helen Shaver, Jerry Ciccoritti and Paul Gross were among the filmmakers feted at Saturday night’s 15th annual Directors Guild of Canada Awards. The DGC, which represents more than 4,000 people in the country’s screen-based industry, handed out 17 honours Saturday aimed to highlight[…]

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Archives for: October 20165
  • Meet the new head of Toronto’s Inside Out film festival
    Thursday October 27th 2016

    In July, Andria Wilson and her girlfriend Jules Hobin packed their two cats into a U-Haul and left Halifax to start a new life in Toronto. “I just decided to go all in,” she said in an interview this week at a coffee shop on Richmond St. Her gamble paid[…]

  • AMC horror-film streaming service Shudder comes to Canada
    Wednesday October 26th 2016

    Horror fans bemoaning a lack of great picks on Netflix can now consider shelling out for a new kid on the streaming-video block. AMC Entertainment Inc.’s Shudder launched in Canada on Thursday with a promise of offering a meaty selection of scary movies both old and new. Some horror buffs,[…]

  • Alberta oilsands prominently featured in DiCaprio climate change film
    Tuesday October 25th 2016

    Canada features prominently in Leonardo DiCaprio’s new climate-change documentary Before The Flood and director Fisher Stevens said he was “really horrified” by scenes of the oilsands in northeastern Alberta. “It does employ a lot of people,” said Stevens of the oil industry, during an interview at the Toronto International Film[…]

  • TIFF fundraiser honours Jeff Lyons’ love of movies
    Monday October 24th 2016

    It was almost a year ago that two of my uncle, Jeff Lyons’, dearest friends — Jerome Zwicker and Wayne Pulver — decided they wanted to put his name in lights. So spawned next Wednesday evening’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) fundraising tribute to Jeff called “Movies and Memoirs” —[…]

  • Paul Gross takes top film honours at Directors Guild of Canada Awards
    Saturday October 22nd 2016

    Such familiar homegrown names as Bruce McDonald, Helen Shaver, Jerry Ciccoritti and Paul Gross were among the filmmakers feted at Saturday night’s 15th annual Directors Guild of Canada Awards. The DGC, which represents more than 4,000 people in the country’s screen-based industry, handed out 17 honours Saturday aimed to highlight[…]

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