The Canadian actor/director’s 'Random Acts of Violence' has lots to say about creative responsibility and American cultural hegemony.
Twenty years ago, a controversial, low-budget Canadian horror film about werewolves and menstruation almost didn’t happen, but then became a global cult favourite.
The 3D white saviour epic has its fingerprints all over the film industry as we know it, but it feels oddly distant from the pop culture zeitgeist.
Ranking the Canadian-ness of Hollywood North’s current TV output.
The Canadian television industry is thriving, thanks to American channels and streaming services. But which shows shot in Canada are actually 'Canadian'?
The 20-year-old sci-fi/comedy predicted our nostalgia-obsessed media landscape eerily well.
Both were prescient 20 years ago, but couldn't predict how terrible things would get.
The not-so-Oscar-worthy film feels more worthy of discussion than ‘Green Book’ or ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’
I’m not sure how everyone missed this when it came out in 2015 but the queer energy that this movie puts out is intoxicating.
‘Bad With Money’ author Gaby Dunn on the industries and lifestyles millennials supposedly killed in 2018.