India's most popular composer is touring North America and you can expect pandemonium when he arrives in Toronto.
Vancouver's Just Film Festival returns to tackle the big issues.
A panel discussion and film screening about LGBT issues and religion is timely.
Taken as a whole, Ruben Östlund’s small body of work suggests that he might be a sadistic behavioural scientist with shame issues and a fondness for Jacques Tati.
It took a bootleg DVD, but the vicious eco-thriller is finally back.
Comparing the 2015 Oscars to the Canadian Screen Awards illustrates the differences between the U.S. and Canada.
The only Lower Mainland resident who's nominated for an Academy Award lives in Pitt Meadows.
Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele are a hit with audiences if not with all film critics.
Creative BC has received $1.2 million in new funding from the federal government aimed at boosting international awareness of the province’s creative industries and attracting foreign investment.
Actor Sandra Oh has seen changes in the screen industries. But not enough.