Afterwards represents two years of my life. Two years in the shadow of violence. Two years of struggling with something I’m desperately trying to grasp, but will never understand: violence against women.
To research this very piece I’m writing now, I watched The Spirit of the Tŝilhqot’in People Is Hovering Over the Supreme Court, one of the world premieres included in the...
There are some artists whose untimely death we find particularly upsetting. We reflect on what’s been lost. How many other projects might they have completed? Charles Officer was one such artist.
It’s difficult for many of us to understand how anyone could return to prison after being set free. What the documentary Conviction makes clear is that we can’t possibly understand the cycle until we’re in it, so it shows us what “in it” means.
There are many reasons to watch Nisha Pahuja’s To Kill a Tiger, but its subject matter is difficult. So focus on the film's heart.
Marie Clements and Niall McNeil are interviewed about their film, Lay Down Your Heart, and about theatre's chosen families.
Jake Hillhouse grew a considerable following by filming Jackass-esque comedy stunts like waxing his eyebrow by connecting a wax strip to the back of a moving car.
let me introduce myself first, before we make this all about my dad, because I also want attention as an artist. I’m Alexandra Ouchev. Theodore Ushev’s daughter.
I’ve been making my own ink for almost 10 years now as the founder of the Toronto Ink Company. This urban-foraged ink company began in my kitchen with an ingredient...
Unarchived opens the door to probe and introduce stories that make for a shared history of British Columbia and Canada. For the most part, the multiple stories told by the...
Tagaq’s co-director and collaborator, Chelsea McMullan, didn’t exactly know what they were in for when the two joined forces for Ever Deadly, which is ostensibly a documentary about Tagaq but also functions as a concert doc, and a love letter to Inuit culture.
One of the best parts about sharing a film at festivals is being able to field great questions and feed audience curiosity, often by sharing anecdotes about what happened behind the scenes. Here are some of the stories we got to share in-person with audiences over the past months.