Neil Young received multiple standing ovations as his new concert film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday, but after the screening he reminisced on a time when the city was considerably less friendly to him.
The cult of celebrity and history’s reduction of famous figures to simple sound bites and rumours were elements Madonna sought to move beyond in W.E., her second stint as a director.
Three Canadian internet service providers have until the end of Monday, Sept. 12, to hand over the names of customers suspected to have illegally shared The Hurt Locker movie online.
HBO’s period drama Boardwalk Empire was the big winner at the Creative Emmys, taking home seven statues.
CBC’s Battle of the Blades will include a memorial to former NHLer Wade Belak in a special show to kick off the third season of the reality TV series.
Though average filmgoers might see Twixt as a quirky and fantastical gothic tale about a washed-up writer, for Francis Ford Coppola, the movie reflects a tragedy he’s struggled with for more than two decades.
McGraw-Hill Cos. will split up into two public
companies with one focused on education and the other centred on
markets, featuring the Standard & Poor’s unit.
Singer Michelle Wright and Bill Langstroth, producer and host of Singalong Jubilee, were inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in a gala ceremony Sunday in Hamilton, Ont.
Study of 4-year-olds suggests watching nine minutes of cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants linked to short-term attention and learning problems.