Winners at the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards include Scarborough, Night Raiders, Drunken Birds, Wildhood, Learn to Swim, and Kímmapiiyipitssini.
Surveying the short films of Toronto's Sophy Romvari, from Norman Norman to Pumpkin Movie to Still Processing.
Igor Drljača's The White Fortress is a moody and understated tale of star-crossed lovers in a land frozen in time.
Danis Goulet's Night Raiders and Tracey Deer's Beans lead us to the same realization, in two completely different ways.
Wildhood opens in theatres March 11.
First look at Anne at 13,000 starring Deragh Campbell and directed by Kazik Radwanski.
With a staggering 26 nominations, Schitt’s Creek leads all nominees at the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards.
Just a few of the snaps we took of last night's Canadian Screen Award winners followed by the full list of winners.
Whitewash is an ambitious, if decidedly problematic debut Canadian feature that’s arriving in theatres at the perfect time.
We talk to Louise Archambault, the Quebecois director of the Canadian Screen Award Best Picture nominee Gabrielle about avoiding misery and melodrama, her documentary-style approach to filmmaking, how coming of age stories can happen at any point in life, how her cast never felt pressured, and the relationship between her two award nominated leads.
We talk with award winning first time feature filmmaker Jason Buxton about his drama Blackbird, his research into the lives of at risk youth, his struggles to make the film with his own vision in mind, and the sometimes frustrating casting process.