Culture and Literary Works: A Discussion with JLF Toronto’s Namita Gokhale
Comic Book Grading 101 – Part 1: Deciding to Grade
Bring on The Drama: Bobbi Brown Cosmetics introduces the Couture Drama Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2019
Frame by Frame, a Macabre Tale – ‘SHe’ Review [MulanIFF 2019]
Passion for the Written Word: Discussing Literature with Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Vikas Swarup: Literature, Diplomacy, and Slumdog Millionaire
Anosh Irani and his Playwright Journey
Crafting a Festival: AD Wei Shen Discusses the Making of MulanIFF 2019
January 27, 2013
Talia is a film fanatic proudly working in the Canadian publishing industry. She loves movies of all kinds, but recommends that you read the book first.
Real or Ridiculous: Dark Humour in Canadian Film Festival Short Films
March 21, 2018
A filmmaker may choose to use the short film style for a variety of reasons. Short film can be poignant and emotional, or shocking and absurd. It can drive home a message succinctly and powerfully, or leave us with a few minutes of gorgeous imagery.
Absurd Adolescents: The Coming of Age Tale Grows Up at TIFF 2017
September 25, 2017
We dig into the coming of age genre and its evolution into something more, spotlighting a number of TIFF 2017 films to showcase this change.
Page to Screen: The Help (2011)
May 22, 2017
What elements of Kathryn Stockett’s novel 'The Help' did director Tate Taylor bring to life in his subsequent film adaptation? We take a closer look.
This is Real Life: Film Developed Around Real World Individuals
January 13, 2017
Creating films around true stories or real life individuals isn't an easy process, and we compare two contrasting films to showcase those very challenges.
Too Real: Examining the Mockumentary Film Genre
October 24, 2016
We explore the mockumentary genre, and its ability to bridge the gap between the entertainment of narrative films and the education of documentaries.
Page to Screen: The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug (2013)
October 15, 2016
We analyze Peter Jackson's 2nd installment of The Hobbit franchise, and how it continues to builds on the complex story that J.R.R. Tolkien wrote in 1937.
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