In the captivating realm of the Canadian film industry, women have emerged as true forces to be reckoned with, both on and off the screen. As the cinematic landscape evolves, we witness an inspiring revolutionContinue Reading
Did anyone ever hear the story about the 1917 Halifax Explosion that literally sent a man flying? I didn’t. But it only came up a while back on its 100-year anniversary. Yeah, sometimes we celebrateContinue Reading
Another year. Another Oscars. Another controversy. Ratings for the Academy Awards have been flailing in recent years, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have tried to address this by actively dispelling itsContinue Reading
Another year, another Academy Awards ceremony, but sadly, no Canadian winners. Ben Proudfoot, a young Nova Scotian filmmaker, was the sole nominee this year in the category of Best Documentary Short Subject for his directorialContinue Reading
Strange times can breed strange behaviours. For proof, just think back to the beginning of this pandemic when people prioritised hoarding toilet paper above all else. Then, this morning, a little over a year sinceContinue Reading
The Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars, is the world’s most famous
ceremony to recognize artistic merit in the film industry. This article looks at Canada’s
relationship with this prestigious ceremony over time.