The Toronto Black Film Festival is in its fourth year and founder Fabienne Colas promises it will be better than ever.
You’ve seen him in Exit Wounds, The Incredible Hulk, Grey’s Anatomy, The Listener, and Lost Girl, as well as many others — Arnold Pinnock shares all about his newest project, Young Drunk Punk.
She may be little, but this star shines bright -- Ava Augustin is a Joey Award nominated actress inspiring other young people to follow their dreams.
The political career of Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser is the focus of a well-documented critical analysis and dogged examination of the 10-year reign of a revolutionary and charismatic leader.
On the rare occasion that Canada’s race relations are the featured topic for public discussion, the phrase “Burn, Nigger, Burn” would probably not come to mind.
In just under two hours, ‘They Will Have To Kill Us First’ reminds us why we should care about Mali, that Islam jihadists are not representative of the Muslim people, and that art is the heart of any nation.
The cute factor is unrelenting in the short 20 minute documentary titled Music Lessons by filmmaker Michael Mabbott.
John Ridley’s racially charged contribution to Thursday night television, American Crime, isn’t built on a new premise.