In the weeks before the Hot Docs Festival in Toronto, the industry has been hit with announcements of colossal cuts at the NFB, CBC and Telefilm.
arts and culture
Grande dame of the Canadian art rock scene Carole Pope returns with a new album.
Carole Pope has returned with Landfall, a highly eclectic recording that shows a more mature artist still completely in command of her considerable voice, lyrically as nimble as ever.
Let us remember great poet and activist Adrienne Rich and continue the messages and ideas this great pioneer brought forth.
Payback the film is not an adaptation of Payback the book. The film is a creative re-imagining of the book, which requires not a little chutzpah when working with Margaret Atwood material.
Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman explores what it means to grow up in her new film, Neverbloomers.
Montreal filmmaker Sharon Hyman's autobiographical documentary Neverbloomers: The Search for Grownuphood is a compelling piece of work exploring questions about what it means to grow up.
Robert Lepage's enchanting play "Blue Dragon" examines the important cultural-normative question that contemporary globalization presents to us.
Migrating Landscapes explores unsettling first encounters with the Canadian landscape and building forms.
Migrating Landscapes, the Canadian Entry to the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture, was inspired by unsettling encounters with Canadian landscapes and building forms.