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
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3D Or Not 3D: The Divisive Nature of 3D Filmmaking
July 7, 2014
We tackle the on-going debate about 3D filmmaking, it's evolution over the years, and it's place in the modern world of film, both today and in the future.
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.
Meet Jeff Teravainen: Acting and Archaeology Enthusiast
August 31, 2016
We chat with Canadian actor Jeff Teravainen about the productions he is currently involved with, and his interest in everything history.
Understanding Music in Film
August 15, 2016
Much attention is paid to the images displayed in a film, yet how often does one stop to consider the music that one hears?
Project Spotlight: Mercy Was A Lion
February 16, 2014
Project Spotlight: 'Mercy Was A Lion', a short film written by Julie Sype that follows a young boy's journey to solidify the memories of his mother.
Stories that Connect: Zak Santiago discusses Mina Shum’s ‘Meditation Park’
March 9, 2018
Canada's diversity drives it's culture, and being able to reflect on stories that can relate to you is very powerful. That is the power of Mina Shum's 'Meditation Park', and Zak Santiago tells us all about it.
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