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WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BRENDAN FRASER?

His eyes are pale and a bit watery these days—less wide than they used to be when he was new to the screen, playing guys who were often new to the world. Blue-gray stubble around the once mighty chin, gray long-sleeve shirt draped indifferently over the once mighty body.

Doors Open Toronto 2018 theme to celebrate Toronto’s thriving film industry

The 19th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns on Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. The annual event showcases some of the most architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city

THEATRE & STAGE

National Ballet of Canada Announces a New Initiative ‘See The Music,...

Karen Kain, Artistic Director of The National Ballet of Canada, today announced a new initiative within the popular pre-performance Ballet Talks series, See the Music, Hear the Dance.

Dear Evan Hansen to Play First International Production in Toronto

Producer Stacey Mindich is pleased to announce that she will partner with Canadian producer David Mirvish to present the first international production of the Tony & Grammy Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen, which will play Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre beginning in March 2019.

DANCE & MUSIC

FASHION

‘I’ve never seen anything quite like this’: Canadian designers basking in...

Prince Harry's fiancée keeps wearing Canadian brands that are now benefiting from the fashion frenzy

Bata Shoe Museum Founder Sonja Bata Remembered 1926 – 2018

Sonja Bata's thirst for knowledge was both infectious and inspirational. Her drive for design excellence permeated every facet of her life and she encouraged this same quality in those around her.

ART, LITERATURE & PHOTOGRAPHY

Viggo Mortensen to Chair the Twelfth Glenn Gould Prize Jury

An Extraordinary Global Panel Convenes in Toronto April 11-13 to Choose Next Glenn Gould Prize Laureate

Bata Shoe Museum Founder Sonja Bata Remembered 1926 – 2018

Sonja Bata's thirst for knowledge was both infectious and inspirational. Her drive for design excellence permeated every facet of her life and she encouraged this same quality in those around her.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: CANADA’S INDIGENOUS SCREEN OFFICE ANNOUNCES THEIR LOGO...

Jesse Wente, Director of the newly launched Indigenous Screen Office, today announced a call to Indigenous artists to submit their design ideas for the organization’s official logo.

WILLIAM F. WHITE PRODUCTION MANAGER MENTORSHIP – WIFT

Are you an emerging female Canadian production manager? Do you have a positive, friendly attitude? Are you open to learning new skills and diving into new experiences? If you answered yes to all of the above, then the William F. White Production Manager Mentorship is the perfect next step for you!

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