From media barons to tech titans, culture czars to rap stars: 50 power wielders who are changing the world as we know
With 10 days to go until show time, the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) has just announced the four Canadian actors selected for its Stars to Watch program presented by UBCP/ACTRA.
Ellen Page, an actor who played roles in “Inception,” “Juno,” “X-Men” and numerous other films, tweeted this week in support of Joan Baxter’s book “The Mill: Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest.”
The Canadian drama, which premiered in Toronto, is about two young women desperate to escape their repressive small town; a night of debauchery could derail their future plans.
Hamilton’s Kiera Laidman took home the Joey Award for BEST LEADING ACTRESS IN A STUDENT OR YOUTH MADE SHORT FILM 11-13 YRS. OLD, this past weekend in Richmond, BC.
Last night, Toronto Life hosted a star-studded event to celebrate its annual list of the city’s most influential people.
This just in from Pandora: James Cameron says the Avatar sequels have reached a major milestone with the completion of all principal photography involving main cast members.
Toronto movie buffs assemble—the University of Toronto has just released a brand new interactive map that showcases movies and TV shows in the city, and it's pretty comprehensive.
Three-year agreement establishes terms, rates and conditions for Canadian performers and producers
Ashleigh won the award for her interview with the well-renowned Bill Nye the Science Guy, for Owlkids Magazine.