Canada’s movie industry takes the spotlight in Ottawa on Thursday for the 31st Genie Awards, the country’s annual celebration of homegrown films.
Robbie Robertson, the former frontman of The Band, is getting ready to pen his memoirs shortly for release in two years time.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is still slated for a March opening on Broadway, a spokesperson said on Wednesday, despite a storm of rumours about a potential overhaul and another opening delay for the beleagured musical.
A hockey musical, a murder in a small town, and a look at famed scientist David Suzuki headline the bill of Canadian productions to be featured in New York.
A high-def film capturing Christopher Plummer’s celebrated turn in Barrymore is slated for release in the fall.
Canadian novelist Annabel Lyon, American author Howard Norman and Scottish writer Andrew O’Hagan have been named as jurors for the 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize.
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