TIFF 2021: ‘The Worst Person In The World’ Is An Unforgettable Look At Womanhood In Twelve Chapters

September 17, 2021 Coverage, Film

If there was ever a genre created for Norwegian rom-coms, then The Worst Person In The World might be its Citizen Kane.

TIFF 2021: Jane Campion’s ‘The Power Of The Dog’ Tackles Toxic Masculinity In The Prairie-Set Past

September 14, 2021 Coverage

New Zealand’s Jane Campion has been making world-class films for over 30 years.

TIFF 2021: A Touching Childhood Ghost Story Comes To Life In ‘Petite Maman’

September 13, 2021 Coverage

Children often see life much differently than adults do. Sometimes wide-eyed, but forever inquisitive. However, there also comes a time when every child discovers their world is not a gentle place, either.

Interview with: Gary Topp (His Life In Music Turned Into a Graphic Novel)

April 23, 2021 Music

Gary Topp has had quite the life. As one of Toronto’s premier rock promoters and tastemakers of the 1970s and 1980s, he along with his business partner, Gary Cormier (known as The Garys), introduced Toronto audiences to acts like The Ramones, The Police, and many others.

Rapsody Continues the Legacy of Female Hip-Hop at Toronto’s Toybox

November 4, 2020 Music

Few rappers today can match the knotty wordplay of Rapsody. Most wouldn’t try.

Interview with: Sydney’s Mulga the Artist

October 19, 2020 Street/Travel

Joel “Mulga” Moore and his art are everywhere in Sydney, Australia.

Whether surrounded by the bustle of George St., the surf and sand of Bondi Beach, or the gentrified bylanes of Surry Hills, his murals co-exist famously on many walls.