The festival and other cultural organizations should speak out against alleged harassment, but their actions shouldn’t stop there, industry insiders say.
VIFF announces BC and Canadian award winners for the 36th festival
Susan is an independent documentary film director, producer, editor and photographer who recently launched her own production company, Susan G. Enberg Productions. Her first film, In Jesus’Name: Shattering the Silence of St. Anne’s Residential School, was co-produced with Edmund Metatawabin during her studies at Ryerson University.
INTERVIEW WITH TREVOR CARROLL (DIRECTOR OF “NO RESERVATIONS”) – REELWORLD FILM FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT...
Trevor Carroll’s meticulous attention to detail and signature storytelling style can be seen in a wide variety of mediums from TV and film to videos.
Brendan Jeffers is a Toronto-based actor known for appearing in a number of films and TV shows like Saving Hope, Rookie Blue, Rupture and most notably Degrassi where he played the malignant, manipulative gang leader Vince.
At the Vancouver International Film Festival, Kathleen Hepburn and her debut feature, Never Steady, Never Still swept VIFF’s Spotlight on BC Awards winning three top awards of the night.
Whistler Film Festival unveils Summit lineup and first wave of industry guests. Crossing borders and platforms, WFF's Summit to connect filmmakers and dealmakers.
The organization behind the Juno Awards wants Hamilton to bid to host them again in 2019
Montreal's Kathleen Winter and Joel Thomas Hynes of St. John's, N.L., are among the finalists for this year's Governor General's Literary Award for fiction.
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) is calling for submissions for the 2018 JUNO Awards.