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Our movie profiler talks to the stars, big and small, about their latest flicks.
Workplace thriller ‘Severance’ combines science fiction, drama and mystery and star Zach Cherry and Adam Scott.
Actress Alyssa Milano stars in a crime drama on Netflix called Brazen, about a successful crime novelist whose sister is murderer.
McGill University’s Myrna Lashley talks about the fading legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Maggie Gyllenhaal directs Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnston in dark drama ‘The Lost Daughter’
The new film is based on the life of NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner.
Featuring four Oscar winners, Don’t Look Up is a dark comedy about indifference in the face of disaster.
A new comedy series has a local connection: The show's lead actress was born in Montreal.
Kenneth Branagh's new drama "Belfast" is getting quite a lot of Oscar buzz as awards season approaches
Wine expert Natalie Maclean's own wine suggestions for those who may be entertaining over the holidays for the first time in a while.
'Hawkeye', starring Jeremy Renner, is an original new series now streaming on Disney Plus
Adrian Raeside talks about the multidimensional messages of his cartoons, often considered a must-read for anyone who loves dogs.
Mayday is a coming of age story of a young woman struggling through life, magically whisked off into an alternate world
Comedian and author Rick Mercer shares the stories behind his latest book, Rick Mercer: Talking to Canadians.
The old west is the setting for a new movie called ‘The Harder They Fall’, which is now in theatres and streaming on Netflix
It's a disaster movie with an edge. Actors Peter Facinelli and Anne Heche share their views about 13 Minutes.
Actors Amanda Seyfried and Finn Wittrock share thoughts on postpartum depression, the focus of their latest drama, A Mouthful Of Air.
The new animated feature features an unlikely pair: boy and robot
A new movie called, "There's Someone Inside Your House" provides plenty to be afraid of this Halloween season
Canada Post has decided to honour five of the country’s greatest cartoonists, including Montreal’s own Aislin.
The latest book from award-winning Quebec author Kim Thuy offers to shed more light on the Vietnam war.
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