Animator Domee Shi tells us how she went from studying at Sheridan College to directing her first Pixar short in less than 10 years
Director Sarah Burns tells us why she decided to stay in the family business
The director’s newest film puts a contemporary spin on Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451
The revolutionary company is making theatre-going more affordable than ever — but will this model survive?
The celebrated filmmaker takes us through his career
Filmmaker Andrew Haigh takes us inside his decision-making process
The iconic actor discusses how he got big by staying small
The activist behind #OscarsSoWhite is launching a new site to help the industry hire creators of colour
The company has gone from new kid on the block to perennial Oscar favourite in just over five years
The reigning godfather of science fiction walks us through his process
One of Hollywood’s most lovable genres has fallen on hard times
The film has sparked protests, attacks on the set, and threats to the cast
Is the Park City slate a preview of what's to come in 2018?
How Jeremy Podeswa went from Canadian indie darling to helming Game of Thrones and The Handmaid’s Tale
From Split to It, why audiences gave their money and their love to the horror genre this year
Master of None's music supervisor on the songs that make the shows
She's everything you like in everything you like
"They're all characters that I've played. Including Jim Carrey."
A podcasting master on a filmmaking legend
Stella Meghie is an industry rarity... And that's a problem
Chief Film Critic A.O. Scott breaks it down
No Hollywood, some Netflix, and an uncertain future
Will they or won't they? And what will you watch if they do?
Professors Stacy Smith and Katherine Pieper lay out the harsh realities of Hollywood sexism
“Satire becomes more valuable the more repressed people feel.”
An interview with the founder and CEO of the Internet Movie Database, Col Needham
The lower the budget, the easier it is to take creative risks