“There is no longer any shame in hypocrisy; it is a fashionable vice, and all fashionable vices pass for virtue… hypocrisy is a privileged vice which closes the mouth of everyone, and enjoys in peace a sovereign impunity.” READ MORE
Hard to believe we are now at the last days of Hot Docs. As always, it has been an excellent festival thus far. In case you need more reasons to catch a documentary or two, here are five of my faves at this year’s festival. READ MORE
Writer, director and producer Toru Tokikawa’s film is the story of how a Canadian craftsman and an American designer collaborate across the world to revive the ancient Japanese woodcut (Ukiyo-e) using pop-culture icons from video game characters and franchises like Super Mario and Pokémon, just to name two. READ MORE
With theatre season continuing in Toronto, it is time for another edition of this personally curated Theatre Crawl listing. The variety of shows currently on-stage include reinterpretations of Shakespeare, and also works based on Robert Munsch’s stories. READ MORE
Every year thousands of people travel to Spain to embark on a pilgrimage across the trail of El Camino de Santiago to the shrine of the apostle St. James. Director Tristan Cook, along with his crew and cellist Dane Johansen, invite us to join them on El Camino in Strangers on the Earth.
Images Festival returns for its 30th annual edition April 20 – 27, 2017. The festival is Canada’s largest on and off screen showcase of innovative contemporary art, featuring eight days of screenings, events, performances and exhibitions by local and international artists. READ MORE