Podcast
'Never Saw It Coming'
Face2Face | Director Gail Harvey and producer Marina Cordoni talk about the cement ceiling for women, hard work, collaboration, pushing boundaries, and challenges women in the film industry face.
News
Paula Fletcher and Jonathan Ahee at Toronto Film Board meeting on April 23. Photo: Rosemary Frei
Rosemary Frei | There is little or no discussion of how much public funding is in play, whether there is good value for subsidies, and whether other industries could provide as much or more economic return.
News
Harvey Weinstein by Thomas Hawk/Flickr
Jonathan Cook | Organizing is an important way to stop the abuses of exploitation under this system
Blog
Photo: Katie Gieratz, U.S. Air Force/Wikimedia Commons
Stephen Kimber | While Pittsburgh gears up for one of its "best" film years, iconic Nova Scotia film industry companies have announced they are either folding or relocating to where the work is.
Blog
Film Industry Rally at Province House, Nova Scotia.
Christopher Majka | Austerity -- single-mindedly pursuing short-term debt and deficit reduction -- is politics racing willy-nilly down a blind alley without a long-term vision of how to grow both the economy and society.
News
Photo: tpmartins/flickr
Ella Bedard | Across Canada, spring has sprung and with it, a deluge of actions. This week in labour we saw the largest protests of low-wage workers in U.S. history, unions mobilizing for the election, and more!
Blog
The front Cover of Metro Halifax on April 10, 2015.
Christopher Majka | Driving a stake through the N.S. film industry, Stephen McNeil's Liberals are ready to replicate the folly of John Hamm's Conservatives, cutting off their creative bluenose to spite their face.
Blog
Guillaume Hebert | In the past, Québec has developed policy to support the cultural scene in the name of the principle of cultural exception. In the last year, some have put this approach into question entirely.
Blog
Michael Stewart | There's been a lot of talk in British Columbia lately about #savebcfilm, but the question not yet asked is: does the B.C. film industry deserve to be saved?