Ballet based on Atwood’s MaddAddam trilogy headed to National Ballet of Canada

The world premiere of a new full-length ballet based on author Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy of dystopian novels is among works headed to the National Ballet of Canada.

Independent cinemas accuse Cineplex of shutting them out of market for top films

Independent movie theatres across the country say Cineplex Entertainment, which owns about 75 per cent of the screens in Canada, is shutting them out of the market for top films like Oscar winners Parasite and Little Women.

Lynn Cohen, who played Magda in Sex and the City, dead at 86

Lynn Cohen, an actress best known for playing the plainspoken housekeeper and nanny Magda on Sex and the City, has died. She was 86.

Romantic resurgence: Why the film genre is making a comeback

Romantic films have been seeing a renaissance lately, with two major releases have Canadian talent involved.

True Grit novelist Charles Portis dies at 86 

Novelist Charles Portis, a favourite among critics and writers for such shaggy dog stories as Norwood and Gringos and a bounty for Hollywood whose droll, bloody western True Grit was a bestseller twice adapted into Oscar nominated films, died Monday...

Founder Guy Laliberté​​​​​​​ sells remaining Cirque du Soleil shares

Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté​​​​​​​ is selling the last of his shares in the entertainment behemoth nearly 36 years after launching the Quebec-based circus troupe.

A ‘real hunger’ for shows like Workin’ Moms, Catherine Reitman says

As the Toronto-shot Workin' Moms enters its fourth season Tuesday, Catherine Reitman says she didn't see anything else like it when she created the show several years ago about a group of mothers balancing their careers and families....

Jury begins deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial

Jurors have begun deliberating in the rape trial of former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, with the New York court case pitting harrowing testimony from several accusers against the defence's contention that the encounters were consensual.

Canadian Screen Awards: Schitt’s Creek makes history with record 26 nominations

Schitt’s Creek and Anne With An E lead the comedy and drama television nominations respectively for the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards, while the historical drama The Song of Names has the most film nominations.
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Taylor swift political speech – Self aware?

The Taylor Swift undertaking boosts translucency and also gives credit to privacy — there is little that you do not know about her, and nevertheless, you don’t know her at all. For more than ten years this has been...


More than 1,700 Chinese health workers infected while fighting coronavirus outbreak

B.C. has identified a new presumptive case of coronavirus, on top of Canada's seven previously confirmed cases. But the vast majority of...