Three Canadian documentaries, including an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s best-selling book Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth, will have their world premieres at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
From Bjork releasing songs as iPad apps to indie bands selling concert tickets directly to fans via cellphone, music world trailblazers are exploiting new technologies to connect with audiences.
Backbeat, a play about the early years of the Beatles that has had a run in Glasgow and London’s West End, is coming to Toronto next summer.
Radio broadcasting mogul Gary Slaight will be honoured for his contributions to the Canadian music industry at the 2012 Juno Awards, organizers announced Wednesday.
Wingin’ It, a comedy about a guardian angel tasked with turning an unlucky teen into the most popular kid at his high school, has won the $50,000 Shaw Rocket Prize.
George Michael is recuperating in hospital after a severe bout of pneumonia that forced the British singer to cancel the remainder of his latest tour.
Science fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury, longtime enemy of the e-book, has finally allowed his dystopian classic Fahrenheit 451 to be published in digital format.
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