A stirring indictment of colonialization and testament to resilience and persistence, Bones of Crows is made all the more powerful by Grace Dove’s richly layered central performance.
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The Expanse stars Steven Strait and Dominique Tipper on Holden's fateful choice and how to be both a crew and a family.
THE EXPANSE stars Wes Chatham and Nadine Nicole talk to That Shelf about the dynamic between Amos and Clarissa Mao in season six, the evolution of Amos, shooting in Toronto, and the potential future of the series.
We chat with the showrunners of The Expanse about the future of the sci-fi series, redemptive violence, and what it's like working in Toronto.
The sixth and final season of Prime Video's The Expanse arrives just in time for that holiday bingewatch!
We've all wanted a change of scene when we've been in a less than ideal situation, but what about a change of planets? Watch the trailer for RED ROVER, starring Orphan Black's Kristian Bruun and The Expanse's Cara Gee!
We take a look inside CBC's new show Strange Empire and why it can be a game changer to the public broadcaster's image.
Tomorrow night the best and brightest in Canadian movies and television get celebrated with the Canadian Screen Awards (airing on CBC at 8:00pm, hosted by Martin Short). Our Film and Performing Arts editor looks at this year's nominees, makes a couple of predictions, and wonders aloud why only technically three of the Best Feature nominees have actually been released in theatres.
Peter Stebbings’ Empire of Dirt is something special. It’s the rare example of a Canadian film that’s able to balance universally relatable human problems while maintaining a cultural identity that makes it patently unique.
We talk to actress and producer Jennifer Podemski and actress Cara Gee about their work on the First Nations family drama Empire of Dirt, applying the film's themes more broadly to a picture of small town living, the film’s sometimes subtle humour, why Peter Stebbings was chosen for such a project despite being a white male, and how the film fits into a current renaissance for First Nations cinema in Canada.
Empire of Dirt Contemporary World Cinema Director: Peter Stebbings Set in motion when First Nations Mother, Lena (Cara Gee), learns her thirteen year old daughter (Shay Eyre) has overdosed, this very Canadian indie film unfolds to reveal an authentic, albeit typical, drama. Fleeing the prying eyes of social services, Lena returns to her estranged mother’s home in rural Ontario. For added discomfort, the reformed addict Lena is faced with addressing her past and facing the mother […]