Where to Watch the Biggest Films at this year’s Academy Awards in Canada

The 93rd Academy Awards are coming up soon and, what better way to gear up then by watching this year’s biggest flicks. Here’s how to watch some of the most-anticipated movies of award’s season. Mank (David Fincher), 10 nominations Mank transports you back to 1930s Hollywood, following the story of troubled screenwriter, Herman J. Mankiewicz as he […]

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Canadian Academy Announces Canadian Screen Awards Nominees

The Canadian Academy announced this year’s nominees for the 9th annual Canadian Screen Awards.   In television, Schitt’s Creek leads with the most nominations with 21. Trickster and Cardinal: Into the Night follow close behind with 15 nods each. APTN is up for six awards, including Best News Anchor, National for Melissa Ridgenand Dennis Ward, Best News or Information Series […]

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Powerful New Film “Healing the Nation” (psst…download here!)

Film Description: Healing the Nation follows community members of the Toronto-based Aboriginal Healing Program as they rediscover their culture to heal from unresolved trauma. This empowering documentary dares us to think beyond mainstream medicine and embrace Indigenous ways for overcoming mental health and addiction issues. Director Biography: Jack Major is an LGBTQ+ documentary filmmaker and writer. […]

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Wasekun: A Film About Overcoming Suffering, and Finding Balance

If you’re looking to expand your movie viewing while homebound during the pandemic, the NFB is sharing a new release called, Wasekun.    Filmed in cinéma vérité style, this feature-length doc follows a group of incarcerated men with troubled pasts as they undergo treatment based on Indigenous philosophy at the Waseskun Healing Center. Director Steve […]

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Valentines Flix Pix

Chocolates, Flowers and stuffed animals are all things you should worry about this Friday. Don’t worry about the movies though we got you. Surprise your significant other with our top picks.    The first movie to consider is “Always Be My Maybe.” This movie is about childhood friends that stopped talking for 15 years, reconnected and […]

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