FILM & TV
Bee Nation follows six Aboriginal children, ages 10 to 14, and their life-changing experience participating in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee (FNPSB) in Saskatchewan, and the first of its kind in all of Canada.
Monday, 24 April 2017 20:52 Written by Dr. Cheryl Thompson
Originally released in 1992, Black to the Promised Land follows a group of students from Brooklyn, New York all the way to Israel and back.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 19:34 Written by Dr. Cheryl Thompson
Babe, I Hate to Go is a short film about a 51-year-old Jamaican migrant worker who leaves home each year for periods of six months or more to work on an Ontario tobacco farm.
Tuesday, 07 March 2017 22:14 Written by Teneile Warren
Racism is here. This is the message journalist Desmond Cole and acclaimed director Charles Officer hope all Canadians open their eyes to when they watch The Skin We’re In.
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 07:34 Written by Tamia Smith
The 5th annual Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF), one of Canada’s premier festivals for black film opens February 15 - 19.
Friday, 27 January 2017 08:17 Written by Administrator
C'est Moi, a short film directed by emerging Toronto filmmaker Howard J. Davis and starring Montréal native Jenny Brizard as Marie-Josèphe Angélique has just announced its initial screenings.
Friday, 27 January 2017 07:51 Written by Nicole Franklin
Before I let any feelings of the film I Am Not Your Negro be known, I have to get past the fact that I recently met a bright young Black man in the United States who had never heard of the film’s subject: James Baldwin.
Saturday, 10 September 2016 10:37 Written by Lindsey Addawoo
Not too many of us can add both filmmaker and marine cadet to our resume. Unless you’re Thyrone Tommy, of course.