Film


Stratford-Macbeth

Macbeth On The Big Screen

(TORONTO, ON) – Coming to selected Cineplex Odeon theatres theatres on March 18 will be Stratford’s production of Macbeth. Theatre on the screen, so to…


Here Lies Mrs Higgins, director Daniel Holmwood, Ireland, 2016, 15 minutes, part of the Toronto Irish Film Festival Short Programme , 4 March 2017, Bell TIFF Lightbox

Here Lies Mrs Higgins

(TORONTO, ON) – The Irish short Here Lies Mrs Higgins deftly illustrates that evil lurks amongst apparent innocence. The film commences with a host of…


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A Nation Holds Its Breath

(TORONTO, ON) – You’ll be holding your breath too. A young Irish couple Gainead (Sam Keeley) and Nancy (Barbara Brennan) sit on their living room…


The Flag, 2016, director Declan Recks, Ireland, 84 minutes, Canadian Premiere 4 March 2017, 4:00pm, Toronto Irish Film Festival, Bell TIFF Lightbox, Toronto.

The Flag: A Delightful Irish Caper

(TORONTO, ON) – Once again the Irish Film Festival makes an appearance in Toronto. These are very good films, but simply do not have the…


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A Call For Media City Entries

(WINDSOR, ON) – Media City Film Festival is an annual international festival of film and digital art, presented in Windsor and Detroit since 1994. It…


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A Quick Adventure Casting Call

(WINDSOR, ON) – University of Windsor Communication Media and Film students are casting for an hilarious short film called A Quick Late-Night Adventure With Holly…


Theodore Ushev’s multi-award-winning Blind Vaysha, from the National Film Board, has been honoured with a 2017 Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short Film.

Blind Vaysha Garners Academy Award Nod

(MONTREAL, QC) – Theodore Ushev’s multi-award-winning Blind Vaysha has been honoured with an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short Film. It’s the first Oscar…


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Unlocking The Cage

(TORONTO, ON) – Unlocking the Cage is a Hot Docs documentary that examines, from a technical legal perspective, what rights certain cognitively advanced animals should…


Tiffany Hsiung’s award-winning National Film Board of Canada feature documentary will screen in Toronto and Vancouver this December, with a week-long run at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema starting December 2 and screenings at the Vancity Theatre in Vancouver on December 3 and 4.Screen shot courtesy of the National Film Board.

The Apology

(TORONTO, ON) – Many of us know about the horrific treatment of prisoners of war in World War 2 by the Japanese Imperial Army. But…