In anticipation of the festival's 48th edition, TIFF and Warner Bros. Discovery have announced a new programming fellowship.
Manveer Heir wants to be at the forefront of making video games with more diverse characters and developers at the forefront. The companies at the top of the billion-dollar industry are moving in this direction, he said, but at a “snail’s pace” – so he sought out to find others who wanted the same as […]
The recent event was a sign of things to come as the Toronto Media Arts Centre prepares to move into its new home.
The upcoming Suicide Squad is a reminder that villains get to have all the fun.
This week on The Roundup: Elena and Meg talk Crimson Peak, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the revival of Gilmore Girls, celebrating diversity in comics, women in gaming, and much more.
E3 still loves a good military shooter, but 2015 gave us a glimpse at a more diverse gaming future.
2014 was a fantastic time to be a comic reader, despite the kerfuffles and complaints along the way. Which is why I’ve compiled a list of resolutions for comics in 2015 that I believe would bring fans better stories and less to complain about.
Examining the eroding support for the most toxic elements in gaming.
Housed in Robarts Library in downtown Toronto, the Accessibility Arcade allows people with disabilities to play video games without the barrier of a traditional controller or keyboard.