A quick look at a few releases from the rollover RSD for June 2022, including shout-outs to Rotate This, Play Da Record, Sonic Boom, Pop-Music, Kops Records, Dead Dog Records, Tiny Record Shop and more!
Canadian Mark O'Brien talks to us about his feature directorial debut The Righteous and how his home province of Newfoundland influenced his film.
Nyla Innuksuk's Northern sci-fi romp SLASH/BACK makes a splash at Blue Mountain Film Festival.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see Jurassic World Dominion! Enter now for a chance to attend advanced screenings in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal on June 8.
Toronto's own auteur David Cronenberg returns to Cannes with his decidedly hot and "red" CRIMES OF THE FUTURE.
With the Festival de Cannes returning in full force in 2022, officials and dignitaries from both countries gathered on May 19 to celebrate the updated Canada-France co-production treaty.
After an absence of two years, Canada’s film industry and professionals once again have a strong presence at this year’s Cannes International Film Festival. To help celebrate this fact, Telefilm is sponsoring two events at the Canadian Pavilion located right on the Mediterranean just behind the main palais. Canada Returns to Cannes Breakfast – Canada […]
Death is a hard way to make a living in the new The Middle Man trailer.
Indiecan Entertainment sets its sights on genre cinema market with Red Water Entertainment distribution label.
The Blue Mountain Film Festival’s inaugural lineup features Nyla Innuksuk’s Slash/Back, and Sarah Dosa’s Fire of Love.
Islands Review: After his mother dies, a lonely middle-aged man starts to see the world in a new light.
Directors Martin Edralin & Jason Arsenault & producer Jenna MacMillan discuss the Talent to Watch Program's impact on emerging Canadian filmmakers.
The Calgary Underground Film Festival’s 2022 lineup features over 35 films and special events over 11 days.
The DC Universe Infinite App is now available in Canada and rolls out to Australia & New Zealand later this week.
Danis Goulet's Night Raiders and Tracey Deer's Beans lead us to the same realization, in two completely different ways.