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Film Review
Review: Wonder is big-hearted but emotionally manipulative
British historian Daniel Beer wins 2017 Cundill History Prize
Obituary
Paul Buckmaster, 71, the ‘revolutionary’ arranger who gave Space Oddity its eerie sound
Giller Prize nominees discuss their reading and writing habits
Good art by bad people: Why it shouldn’t be thrown away Russell Smith
Netflix’s new drama Godless is a brave but slow-moving western John Doyle
Film Review
Review: The Star’s take on the nativity of Jesus is mildly amusing but mostly boring
Sony Pictures Animations
Documentary looks at Regent Park community’s response to revitalization
The mythic madness of Thelma director Joachim Trier​
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Why Mudbound deserves to be seen on the largest screen possible​
Netflix
With Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Sam Rockwell will be underrated no more
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved
Sale of Da Vinci painting sparks $450-million culture question Russell Smith
Theatre Review
Review: Introspective Mr. Shi and His Lover is musically delightful
Harness social media to commission a piece of artwork this holiday season
The most giftable books for the well-travelled aesthete on your shopping list
Paris’s legendary shop-museum hybrid Deyrolle is immortalized in new book

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