Jason Gorber is broadcasting live from TIFF 2019 with a review of the Canadian psychological thriller Clifton Hill.
TIFF 2017: Cardinals Review
We turn the TIFF 2013 spotlight on the Short Cuts Canada program, looking at all but one of the shorts showing across all six programs designed to bring the best in Canadian short form filmmaking to festival audiences.
The Canadian comedy Old Stock might tip it's hat a bit heavily to American independent cinema of the past decade, but it's a charming breezy tale with sharp writing and great performances.
We talked to Noah Reid and Melanie Leishman, the leading actors behind the Canadian indie comedy Old Stock, about almost method acting in auditions, wearing sweater vests, dancing terribly, scooter envy, and creating likeably flawed characters. We also asked what they’re up to in the future, and talked to Leishman about the status of the Todd and the Book of Pure Evil animated film.
Enter for a chance to win a run-of-engagement pass to see the Canadian made Old Stock in Toronto (opening exclusively at the Carlton on Friday, May 31st) courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!