Hyena Road TIFF 2015 Review
Al Purdy Was Here TIFF 2015 Review
Backcountry is getting released in select cities across Canada this weekend and should be embraced by those proud of the local talent and landscapes is presents, but is it more than just another 'lost in the woods' thriller?
A very competent first outing for director/ star Pat Mills in this dramedy that addresses failure, honesty and sexuality.
The Canadian thriller Backcountry opens across the country on August 28, but we're giving away tickets for advance screenings on August 12th in Toronto and Vancouver!
TMN's documentary series Reelside consists of six episodes, each concentrating on a different group of filmmakers. Each part is unique but forms a cohesive unit that subtly reinforces pride in film talent that just happens to be Canadian.
Norman Jewison is presenting Fiddler on the Roof as part of TIFF's Dreaming in Technicolor series, so we got the opportunity to talk to the legendary director. Here is the full audio of our interview.
Canadian movies and TV have a bad rep. CANADALAND's Jesse Brown talked to Jay Baruchel about how we fix this, and inadvertently hit upon something that could actually be the key to improving our onscreen cultural landscape.
"I basically said to myself because we have no one financing this film, let’s make the film that no one would finance." and other great quotes from Joel Ashton McCarthy who wrote and directed a comedy about film school grads making a High School shooting musical.
Our interview with Pretend We're Kissing writer/ director Matt Sadowski, where we discuss his "non rom com" connection to Woody Allen, John Hughes, Richard Linklater and reality.
We spoke with the Canucks behind Ben's At Home, Preggoland and Guidance about their inclusion in the Canada & Comedy program at the 32nd annual Miami International Film Festival.
Just a few of the snaps we took of last night's Canadian Screen Award winners followed by the full list of winners.
The indie drama Tru Love is a nuanced, well acted little film about love and friendship.
We talk with veteran Canadian actress Kate Trotter about her role in the indie drama Tru Love.
A pair of likable and believable leading performances make the Canadian indie comedy I Put a Hit on You worth a watch.