Actress Angelique Litzenburger unapologetically plays a hard-living version of herself in Marie Amachoukeli’s affecting new film.
Can one still write without irony about Love, Faith and Destiny in an idyllic southern Ontario? Apparently so, if your name is André Alexis and you wrote a book called Pastoral.
Corpus posits a transgressive romance in the last days of Auschwitz. But all is not what it seems in this powerful and ambitious new play.
Frank, an eccentric comedy starring Michael Fassbender, kicks off Dollar Cinema’s brave new venture showcasing overlooked new releases. Just don’t expect the luxury treatment.
Rover’s Anna Fuerstenberg will be presenting her one-woman play The Guerrila Caregiver this Sunday in aid of a cause close to our hearts – the future of Rover itself!
Vancouver-based artist and entrepreneur Zoe Pawlak has been successfully making a living off her art for years. She gives us her tips on how to have it all as a modern artist.
Winner of the 2014 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry, Sina Queyras’ MxT is a meditation on the themes of grief and loss.
Legendary portrait artist Don Bachardy is interviewed by Matthew Hays on his latest book, Hollywood, his collected renderings of Tinseltown filmmakers and actors.
After the Dark Knight trilogy, director Christopher Nolan plunges us into the dark matter of time, space and the end of the world. But does Interstellar achieve lift-off?
In the season of literary prizes, Marianne Ackerman reflects on why culture vultures must curb their craving for winners and listen to their friends.
Earnestness, formula and the inimitable Bill Murray in Theodore Melfi’s St. Vincent.
Danish company Granhøj Dans return to the Centaur this week and try, in their own way, to be free.
Abandon all hope of getting a straight rendition of Hamlet, ye who enter here.
The Opéra de Montréal gets a little too amped up in their production of The Barber of Seville
Does Social Studies succeed in its own social studies?