At a Toronto variety store, amid racks of candy, lottery tickets and cigarettes, a Korean couple battles their Canadian-born children. The father demands that his kids finish school, get married and start
Allan Tong reflects upon his journey making the documentary The Flying Stars with Ngardy Conteh George in Sierra Leone.
Alan Zweig's When Jews Were Funny provocatively and humorously asks: Why were Jews funny, and why aren’t they funny anymore?
"I was in front of a tremendous force of life, like a little, strong and thin gold shaft of wheat, who shines without any doubts," Laura Bari says of Antoine.
As the lone Canadian at the esteemed photography agency Magnum, Towell used a small camcorder that Sony gave to some of the company’s shooters as a proposed experiment
The stakes are high with Pontypool. Canadian film needs more profitable indie pictures to survive and thrive.
What is the difference between moving and still image? Tong investigates an aesthetic issue, placing it in an historical context