The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
It’s May in Toronto. And while to some that may mean the end of the winter season in the city and the beginning of “construction”, to others in the know, it means it’s time for the greatest of comic book and sequential art gatherings – TCAF!
Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ lands at Toronto’s Cinesphere on April 11. Find out how you can win passes to this one-of-a-kind screening.
Among family, friends, and his many acquaintances, Thompson T. Egbo-Egbo is known for his infectiously positive spirit, his playful hijinks, and a smile that absolutely lights up a room.
Gary Numan occupies an unique space within pop culture.
Zama, the long-anticipated return of Argentinian director-extraordinaire Lucrecia Martel, is an astonishing work of colonial examination and technical perfectionism.
Those of us feeling disillusioned by the current state of the world received a massive dose of optimism at INVSN’s Bovine Sex Club show last night.
INVSN will be playing the Bovine in Toronto on Wednesday, September 13. Tickets are FREE! If you were into punk in the 1990s, you’ll remember Refused. If you were into … Continue reading ‘Art Has Big Shoes To Fill’: Talking To INVSN’s Dennis Lyxzén
Jenna Bass’s latest film, High Fantasy, is a fascinating glimpse into the lives of South Africa’s multi-cultural youth. Appearing as a sort of homemade travelogue, High Fantasy is filmed as … Continue reading TIFF 2017: High Fantasy
Day four of Fan Expo Canada 2017 starts with an early rise and shine, a cold shower, a healthy breakfast, and a cup (or two) of coffee. Grab your backpack … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada: Day 4 #FXC17
Two days of Fan Expo Canada have passed, and you’ve been a good little pop culture soldier. Perhaps you’ve got a full weekend pass. Perhaps this is your first day … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Day 3 #FXC17
Artist John Bolton has had a long and storied career in comic books and sequential art. He made the jump from working in English magazines such as Warrior, to burgeoning … Continue reading #FXC17 Exclusive Interview: John Bolton On Horror, His Art & His Graphic Novel: Shame