Thursday Dec 5
Pique News Magazine
Canadian Films Kick Ass
Actor/Writer Jay Baruchel was at the Whistler Film Festival a couple years back and he spoke about the importance of keeping Canadian filmmaking talent right here in Canada.
Reel Toronto: Childstar
Toronto's extensive work on the silver screen reveals that, while we have the chameleonic ability to look like anywhere from New York City to Moscow, the disguise doesn't always hold up to scrutiny.
The London Free Press
TIFF Canadian openers likely a thing of the past
The Toronto International Film Festival's annual preferred opening-night slot for Canadian films is a thing of the past.
Sandra Oh began studying ballet at age 4, and discovered theatre at 10. She took drama courses and appeared in school plays through high school, and did her first professional work in commercials at 16. Her parents, very traditional Koreans who married in Seoul, strongly disapproved, but Oh persevered.