David Cronenberg’s preoccupation with bodies and humanity has given us films that shock and intrigue in their own perfectly packaged ways.
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.
Surveying the short films of Toronto's Sophy Romvari, from Norman Norman to Pumpkin Movie to Still Processing.
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.
An essential part of Jean-Marc Vallee’s filmography, Café de Flore is a film that is meant to be experienced and revisited.
Turning Red is a whimsical animated adventure bursting with spectacular visuals, charming characters, and catchy pop ballads.
The CBC and BET+ original series The Porter is a refreshing and invigorating series that finds rich fruit in the seeds of the past.
CBC Gem’s highly anticipated new competition series Best in Miniature begins streaming on February 11th. Hosted by writer, actor, and stand-up comedian Aba Amuquandoh (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Best in Miniature sees 11 talented artists from around the world compete against each other by building miniature dream homes. Each episode will showcase competitors crafting […]
Blumhouse Television’s horror anthology series Into the Dark makes its Canadian premiere on Hollywood Suite next month.
Ahnahktsipiitaa’s experimental virtual reality documentary This Is Not A Ceremony places you inside of the story.
We’ve put together a list of promising Sundance 2022 titles with Canadian roots.