Monday, December 10, 2018

STEPHAN JAMES REACTS TO HIS GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATION: ‘SCARBOROUGH, THIS IS FOR YOU!’

"Scarborough, this is for you! This is really for you, I’m dedicating this whole moment to my hometown… and if you’re listening, I hope you’re inspired ..."

EDMONTON FILMMAKERS TO APPEAR AT PRESTIGIOUS SUNDANCE FESTIVAL

Sundance selects projects by Trevor Anderson and Niobe Thompson for viewing at January festival

DRAKE, SHAWN MENDES TO REP CANADA AT THE 2019 GRAMMYS

The 2019 Grammy nominations were revealed on Friday morning, and a couple of Canada’s biggest names were given multiple nods.

KENDRICK LAMAR AND DRAKE LEAD GRAMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS

In a departure from last year, in which Jay-Z was the only artist to score nods in the top three categories, Drake, Lamar, and Carlile all garnered nominations for record, song, and album of the year.

2019 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS: THE BIGGEST SNUBS AND SURPRISES

The noms brought pleasant surprises for Adam Driver and Stephan James—and bad news for Sam Elliott, Ethan Hawke, and Cold War.

GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS: COMPLETE LIST

Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced on Thursday morning show live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

SCARBOROUGH’S STEPHAN JAMES SCORES GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATION

Two Toronto-born talents will be taking the stage at 2019's Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles... if they win what they've been nominated for, that is.

SANDRA OH MAKES HISTORY AS THE FIRST CANADIAN TO HOST THE GOLDEN GLOBES

Not only is Oh — a native of Nepean, ON — the first Canadian to ever host the Globes, she’s also the first person of Asian descent to host the annual award show.

TIFF’S CANADA’S TOP TEN – ANNOUNCING A NEW YEAR-ROUND SERIES FOR CANADIAN FILM

This new series will replace the Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival, which was held every January, by offering each feature film the opportunity to have a full theatrical run at TIFF Bell Lightbox throughout the year.

TIFF’S CANADA’S TOP TEN LIST SKEWS A LOT YOUNGER THIS YEAR

The annual anointment of Canadian cinema focuses on coming-of-age stories in a big way – and leaves out more than a few of the usual suspects

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