At its core, the new Canadian film Mulroney: The Opera by Larry Weinstein is an intertwining tale of boy meets girl.
Douglas Arrowsmith’s documentary about singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith, Love Shines, is a meticulously crafted and highly absorbing film.
Composer Lesley Barber is one of those artists who is constantly ahead of the curve. A look at her work from When Night Is Falling to Marion Bridge.
Aaron Davis is an eclectic composer, arranger and keyboardist who is equally known as a founding member of the Holly Cole Trio and as a prolific composer of film music.
I’m not the centre of attention. The music is not the point of it. The music is one ingredient, which I really, really like.” - David Wall
The subject of Garry Beitel’s new feature-length doc, The “Socalled” Movie, Dolgin also ain’t no gangsta. Forget bling, bitches and a real sick Lexus.
Composer Mychael Danna on his career composing film scores for works by directors like Atom Egoyan, Deepa Mehta, and Mira Nair.
Writing a piece about Phil Strong, the film score composer, would be wholly incomplete without including his life partner, Laurel MacDonald.
White Pine Pictures latest biographical feature on legendary pianist Glenn Gould explores his love life, unravelling the man behind the myth. Conlogue shares the tale.
McKenzie profiles Michael Snow, a great Canadian icon who has made music, film and art for more than 50 years.