Dim the Fluorescents is a hilarious and deeply tragic dramedy about the dangers of seeing creative output as self worth.
We chat with the two leads of Dim the Fluorescents, a wonderful Toronto-made dramedy that won the Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year – and opens this Friday in Toronto and across Canada!
We speak with comedian/ writer/ actor Gregg Turkington about his new film Entertainment, working with Peyton Reed on Ant-Man, and what's on his Dork Shelf.
On National Cancer Day, February 4th, select cities will have screenings of No Evidence of Disease an informative look at doctors bringing awareness to often underfunded forms of reproductive cancers.
Beat the heat with some shorts as the Shorts That Are Not Pants screening series returns to the Carlton in Toronto this Thursday.
To wrap up the week, we talk about some places in Toronto where you can get together to watch the Oscars tomorrow, we look ahead to next week's Canadian Screen Awards, we look at two TIFF Bell Lightbox series about books and food on film, and talk a little bit about how TIFF's Paul Verhoeven retrospective is just starting to get really good.
We take a look at the second annual Toronto Black Film Festival - kicking off Tuesday and running through this Sunday evening - bringing some of the best in Black Cinema to the city, including reviews of several of this year's entries.
We take a look at some of the best goings on in Toronto this Halloween from movies, to TV, to theatre, and one really kick ass party. And we might have some surprises in store... if you dare.