There are numerous ways to describe your short film: your “calling card,” your “big break,” your “foot in the door.” Needless to say, having a solid short film (or two) in your arsenal is key to moving on to longer-form storytelling.
Yesterday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) dealt a major blow to Canadian screenwriters — and Canadian audiences.
The first edition of the Calgary Canzine fair is celebrating the city's flourishing small press community
A celebration of excellence in Atlantic Canadian journalism was held Friday night during the 37th Atlantic Journalism Awards, at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel.
Writers speak 'with one voice' to defend province's local bookstores
Norm Macdonald, Canadian-born standup comedian, writer, producer and actor, doesn’t let the truth get in the way of a good story in his “memoir.” But...
I recently watched the first two episodes of the new FX series called Atlanta, produced by actor, writer and musician Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino). I was...
Indigo, the world's first cultural department store, is inviting Canadians to join their #AlwaysBeReading movement. From building empathy and reducing stress, to inspiring the...
Whether through their art or actions, these Canadians helped to define this country (and the world at large).
In 1979 a 23-year-old Vronsky literally bumped into Richard Francis Cottingham, the “Times Square Torso Ripper,” in the lobby of a hotel in New York City where they were both staying.