A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Greg Mortenson, calling claims that the author and his publisher lied in his bestsellers Three Cups of Tea and Stones Into Schools ‘flimsy and speculative.’
Director Peter Jackson has defended his choice of a new film format for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in the face of criticism over a 10-minute preview he released last week.
Documentary filmmakers in Canada are worried about how they’re going to fund upcoming productions after federal cuts to agencies that help finance them.
The next James Bond movie, Skyfall, will feature a journey into the troubled psyche of the iconic spy, director Sam Mendes says.
Toronto’s Dancap Productions will step back from theatre after the four Western Canada dates for Jersey Boys in the fall
The Department of Foreign Affairs is poised to sell off paintings in its collection by some of the most famous and sought after artists in Canadian history, including Riopelle, Borduas and Kurelek, to make some extra cash.
An Australian billionaire says he’ll build a high-tech replica of the Titanic at a Chinese shipyard, and its maiden voyage in late 2016 will be from England to New York, just like its namesake planned.
Journalists, celebrities, and political movers and shakers took a break from a gruelling election campaign to have some fun at each other’s expense on Saturday.
First-time author Esmé Claire Keith has won the Manitoba Book Awards’ top prize, the McNally Robinson Book of the Year, for her debut novel Not Being on a Boat.