Phil Hanley is a stand-up comedian and star of the new film Sundowners, we caught up with him to chat about taking his first acting gig, his time as teen model in Europe, and what's on his Dork Shelf.
We chat with writer/ director Pavan Moondi (Diamond Tongues) about how he taught himself the tools of the trade so he could break into Toronto's film scene.
Bracing, bold, and far from precious, Diamond Tongues boasts an outstanding lead performance and razor sharp writing.
Toronto film Diamond Tongues is coming home for a highly anticipated run at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. We're giving away tickets to film's premiere, followed by Q and A with the cast and filmmakers.
The Slamdance Film Festival 2015 in pictures: From the Q and A’s, to the parties, the red carpets, TV appearances and awards, we were there for all of it. Enjoy! The Sweet Micky For President team following their premiere screening. From left to right: Steve Harris, Bryn Mosser, Karyn Rachtman, Pras Michel, Ben Patterson, Wyatt B. […]
A major step up for Toronto filmmakers Pavan Moondi and Brian Robertson, Diamond Tongues is the rare example of a film set in the entertainment industry that doesn’t use its main character’s profession and location as a crutch. It’s bracing, bold, and far from precious, boasting an outstanding leading performance and razor sharp writing. Edith […]
Despite a rough start and some rougher edges, the Toronto set mumblecore dramedy Everyday Is Like Sunday still has plenty of emotionally rewarding and amusing sequences to make it worthwhile.