From crumbling marriages to Ghomeshi’s damage control, 2014 offered plenty of cite-worthy words from stars and pariahs alike
Dec 24, 2014
People try to ban art all the time. The real villain in all this is the litigiousness of American society. Lawyers would have immediately laid the blame at Hollywood’s feet if a terror attack had occurred
Dec 18, 2014
North America’s major movie theatres declare they won’t play The Interview in the wake of a message threatening potential terror attacks
Dec 17, 2014
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is taking a page from U.S. radio shock-jock culture, putting its early morning local-radio programs on television as part of a strategy to distribute its content on as many different platforms as possible
Dec 11, 2014
The union representing CBC employees is warning members about co-operating with an internal investigation of the Jian Ghomeshi affair, saying the information they provide could be used against them.
Dec 08, 2014
Corner Gas: The Movie isn’t just a cheap piece of homemade hokum...
Dec 05, 2014
Joli-Coeur, who joined the NFB in 2003 and became assistant commissioner in 2007, has served as interim Government Film Commissioner and chair of the NFB since taking over in January following the sudden departure of Tom Perlmutter
Dec 02, 2014
Maps to the Stars (Cronenberg), Monsoon (Gunnarsson) and Dolan’s Mommy, which won the Jury Prize at Cannes and is Canada’s foreign-language submission for next year’s Academy Awards, will be presented by TIFF during its 14th-annual Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival
Dec 01, 2014
Retired CBC investigative journalist, and 2009 Giller Prize winner, explores the nature of evil in his new crime novel, Punishment
Nov 28, 2014
Judgment says the Sun Media personality ‘took little or no responsibility for the accuracy’ of certain statements he published on his personal blog
Nov 27, 2014
Simon Houpt is the Globe and Mail's senior media writer, charged with covering the industry's transformation. He began his career with The Globe in 1999 as the paper's New York arts correspondent, covering the cultural life of that city through Canadian eyes. After 10 years on the beat, including six as a weekly columnist, he returned to the Globe's Toronto news room in the summer of 2009 to join the Report on Business as its advertising and marketing reporter. Prior to The Globe, Houpt worked on the CBC-TV new media current affairs show Undercurrents. He is the author of Museum of the Missing: A History of Art Theft.