Starting today, Canadian and U.S. consumers have access to Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, and the thousands of TV episodes and films that come with it.
On November 4th, moviegoers can catch a sneak peek of Red Snow screening at Landmark Cinemas around the country.
The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open is an outstanding drama and one of 2019's best Canadian films.
James vs. His Future Self is a sci-fi dramedy about a single-minded scientist who must outwit his future self to make the discovery of the century.
Witches in the Woods offers a chilling look at a modern-day witch hunt.
TIFF 2019: Easy Land Review
The Toronto International Film Festival revealed an all-Canadian lineup that includes 26 films.
That Shelf speaks to Killjoy's cast and crew to prepare you for the final season.
Tasha Hubbard’s powerful documentary nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up details the murder trial and political fallout that ensued after Colton Boushie’s death, as well as the dangerous ways racism has embedded itself into the Canadian legal system.
Ron Mann's Carmine Street Guitars carefully paints a portrait of an iconic piece of New York history and is a must-watch for music fans.
Director Kim Nguyen's The Hummingbird Project is a post-financial crisis thriller where success or failure literally hinge on milliseconds. But does a strong premise and two great leads mean a bear market or a bull market?
Hot Docs 2019 features 15 programs showcasing over 200 documentaries.
NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES returns with another Canuxploitation classic: Big Meat Eater (1982)!
This week on the Development Slate, James and Yaw have a special episode planned for Canada’s Birthday: A movie adaptation of We Stand On Guard.
Our in-depth conversation with film journalist turned director Brian D. Johnson, who highlights the life and work of Canadian poet Al Purdy with his new documentary Al Purdy Was Here.