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The European Union Film Festival

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 10:35

We’re lucky enough in Toronto to be almost inundated with film festivals; TIFF, Hot Docs and the Reel Asian, just to name a few. But the European Union Film Festival is special. It celebrates the EU with a spirit of cooperation among nations, which sounds about right. The festival is in its tenth year and showcases recent European films including dramas, comedies and documentaries.

No No: A Dockumentary

The Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival wraps up this weekend. The festival is celebrating over 20 years here in the city. It’s the first festival of its kind in the world, and currently the largest. Rendezvous investigates the facts and mythologies surrounding mental illness and addiction as presented by both Canadian and international filmmakers.

Andre Philibert Exhibition At The Liss Gallery

The Liss Gallery in Yorkville is certainly well known for bringing in some incredible talent to show at that lovely location. Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac just had a show in the Gallery, and other great shows such as Bob Gruen and his photographs of John Lennon have passed through.

Cineplex's New Adults Only Theatres

Mark Wigmore spoke with Cineplex communications director, Michael Langdon, about the new VIP cinemas in the GTA

Cineplex is synonymous with Cinema in this town. While the company may be ubiquitous amongst our burbs and bergs of the GTA, they recently decided to up the ante.

Interview - Colin Mochrie

Colin Mochrie is an actor, comedian, stand-up, but you probably know him as a master improviser. His wildly successful run on “Whose Line Is It Anyway” with fellow comedians Drew Carey, Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, guest star Robin Williams and Brad Sherwood has been an international success. He was a member of This Hour Has 22 Minutes, he was the host of “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?”. He has worked in dramatic theatre as well, leading in the fantastic tony award winning play “Art”.

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