The WIFT-AT annual WAVE awards are an opportunity to acknowledge remarkable women working in film, television, or screen-based media.
I watched a lot of television growing up and sat so close to the TV that my Mom would always say, “You’re too close to the TV Adrian, if you get any closer, you’ll be in it!” I think she was definitely on to something.
Upgrading a nearly 50-year-old theatre is a challenge, says executive director
Here’s a fun party fact for ya: Toronto’s Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre is the last functioning double-decker theatre in the entire world! Yes, kind of obscure. Yes, actually pretty cool.
Looking to try your hand at a new musical instrument? Now you can give one a test run by simply borrowing one from the London Public Library.
A vocal pot advocate and the Canadian Music Hall of Famer-to-be says she has "never heard of too many folks brawling or fighting high"
The announcement comes as the global fashion community continues to explore the thoughtful evolution of the industry – inclusive of changes in retail patterns and shifts in attitude.
The news, which was delivered to participating designers last week and announced today on Twitter, has shocked industry insiders and left brands scrambling.
It all began with a tweet. That tweet caught the attention of fans and other Star Wars authors, and that was all it took.
The Doug Wright Awards, which annually celebrate Canadian comic creators, has announced a new award category and a few criteria changes for 2020.
Today we turn the spotlight on actor Chase Tang
Today we turn the spotlight on Angelica Lisk-Hann - one of Canada's top female stunt performers and the first black female stunt coordinator in Canada
As part of the eBoss Canada aspiring talent series, we had the opportunity to speak with Zoe Georgaras
Originally from Cochrane, Alberta, Talia has recently moved to Vancouver and has been making waves in the local music industry! Talia is currently participating in StoryHive 2018 Music Edition for a chance to win a chance to make her very first music video!
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The Second City Directing Program is a focused study of directing improv and revue comedy.
The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is now accepting applications for the 2020 edition of NSI IndigiDocs – a two-phase course offering customized training for Indigenous filmmakers to develop a short documentary.