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  • Douglas Todd: Author of Crazy Rich Asians knows what's fuelling Vancouver

    Douglas Todd: Author of Crazy Rich Asians knows what's fuelling Vancouver

    “Eddie was a member of the Chinese Athletic Association, the Hong Kong Golf Club, the China Club, the Hong Kong Club, the Cricket Club, the Dynasty Club, the American Club, the Jockey Club, the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club and too many private dining clubs to recount. Like most upper-crust Hong Kongers, Eddie also possessed […]
  • Vancouver will screen free outdoor movies in art gallery plaza

    Vancouver will screen free outdoor movies in art gallery plaza

    The Vancouver Art Gallery’s north plaza, recently renamed the šx????n?q Xwtl’e7én? Square, will host an outdoor movie night every Wednesday this summer. The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association’s Summer Movie Night on the Square lineup will kick off on July 4th. “The theme of the first Summer Movie nights on the Square series will be “cities”. […]
  • Alberta film industry poised to become North American production hub, but changes to incentives needed

    Alberta film industry poised to become North American production hub, but changes to incentives needed

    Alberta is poised to become the next major hub for film and TV in North America, but will miss its chance if the province’s incentives aren’t quickly improved to compete with other jurisdictions. That’s the underlying message of a campaign launched this week by various associations, unions and guilds within the Alberta film and TV industry. While lobbying to improve incentives have […]
  • Toronto Film Critics Association names The Stairs best Canadian film of 2016

    Toronto Film Critics Association names The Stairs best Canadian film of 2016

    The Rogers Best Canadian Film Award, voted on by the 39 members of the Toronto Film Critics Association, features a cash prize of $100,000
  • Toronto Film Critics Association awards Manchester by the Sea, Toni Erdmann, Moonlight

    Toronto Film Critics Association awards Manchester by the Sea, Toni Erdmann, Moonlight

    Still to be decided is the winner of the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film prize, who will be named at the group’s gala dinner in Toronto on January 10
  • Edmonton's Blackstone, Tiny Plastic Men nominated for Rosie Awards

    Edmonton's Blackstone, Tiny Plastic Men nominated for Rosie Awards

    With more than 300 nominations in 50 categories, May 7 is going to be a long night at the Rosies Awards. But the annual Alberta Media Production Industries Association awards is a chance for regional film industry craftspeople and productions to walk away with a prize — symbolic payback for all their hard work. It’s […]
  • Lady Gaga’s flame Taylor Kinney heats up in The Forest

    Lady Gaga’s flame Taylor Kinney heats up in The Forest

    Sure, Taylor Kinney is Lady Gaga's fiance and he portrays handsome hunk Kelly Severide on the popular series Chicago Fire. But Kinney's exploring other high-profile associations
  • Canadian women’s groups call for Fifty Shades boycott

    Canadian women’s groups call for Fifty Shades boycott

    Some anti-domestic violence activists and anti-pornography activists — including Antipornography.org, the London Abused Women’s Centre in London, Ont., and the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan — are calling for a boycott of the movie Fifty Shades of Grey, arguing it promotes violence against women.
  • Partial list of winners for the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards

    Partial list of winners for the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Partial list of winners of the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Sunday in Beverly Hills, California, by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: MOTION PICTURES –Director: Richard Linklater, “Boyhood. –Actress, Musical or Comedy: Amy Adams, “Big […]
  • Oscar campaign kicks off with the Golden Globes

    Oscar campaign kicks off with the Golden Globes

    The Golden Globe winners Sunday night may not be the best Oscar indicators but the self-admiration soiree gives the potential Academy Award nominees an opportunity to launch their unofficial campaigns. Fewer than 100 members of Hollywood Foreign Press Association make […]




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