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2011

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Movie Reviews

This Week's Film Reviews (Nov 4, 2011)

Opening this week is the action comedy, TOWER HEIST in which Eddie Murphy delivers quite the tour-de-force comedic performance. In Toronto, TIFF Bell Lightbox presents Hitchcock’s icy blondes. An e... read more..

Movie Reviews

This Week's Film Reviews (Oct 21, 2011)

Opening this week are THE THREE MUSKETEERS in 3D, JOHNNY ENGLISH REBORN and PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3. French film THE WOMEN ON THE 6TH FLOOR makes its debut. BUCK (USA 2011) ***1/2 Directed by Cindy... read more..

Movie Reviews
Adele Ambrose

Education of Auma Obama: A family affair

Have you ever pondered what motivates Barack Obama? At TIFF this year, through the documentary “Education of Auma Obama” we are given perhaps  a glimpse of the inner-workings of the man through read more..

Movie Reviews

This Week's Film Reviews (June 3, 2011)

Opening this week is the prequel of prequels X MEN: FIRST CLASS. Also in Toronto at the TIFF Bell Lightbox is the screening of Terrence Malick 4 films. GOOD NEIGHBOURS (Canada 2010) *** Directed b... read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

Sprockets: Engaging, educating and entertaining youth through film

  Sprockets, the annual Toronto International Film Festival for Children and Youth launched this week. Running from April 5-17, the 14th annual Sprockets festival, the biggest programme yet, wil read more..

Arts
Meres J. Weche

I Marcus Garvey

Monserrat-born playwright Edgar Nkosi White’s play “I Marcus Garvey” has been enjoying a well-reviewed run at The Papermill Theatre (67 Pottery Road). Directed by Rhoma Spencer, this production, pre read more..

Commentaries
Marcus Jones

Happy like us

Your friend Charles called for you earlier tonight at around seven. Ever since our university days he’s always been the one within your entire posse I always got along with the best. There’s always read more..

Community
Patricia Turnier

A portrait of the first Afro-Canadian city councillor in London, Canada: Harold Usher

Harold Usher, P.Eng., DTM was born in Belize (in Central America) and arrived in Canada in 1963. Harold has devoted most of his life contributing to the betterment of mankind, the community, and his read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

A Screaming Man: Putting God on trial

  “Screaming Man,” an award-winning film by Chadian writer-director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun currently screening at the TIFF Bell Lightbox until March 23rd, poses an important question: “Where is Go read more..

Entertainment
Patricia Turnier

Interview with Stacie Upchurch: former candidate of The Apprentice 2

Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Stacie Jones Upchurch grew up in Colorado. It is important to note that Upchurch hasn’t just relied on her beauty to “make it”.  She attended both Emory and Mercer Univ read more..

Music
Patricia Turnier

Exclusive interview with Chris Jasper, former member of the Isley Brothers

Chris Jasper (born Christopher H. Jasper, Cincinnati, Ohio) has been involved in music since his childhood.  At age seven his mother noticed that he was a gifted musician and could play Motown’ read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

Ousmane Sembène: In the Face of History

 Perfectly fitting for Black History Month, TIFF Bell Lightbox will present starting tomorrow, Saturday, February 5th, 2011 until Sunday, February 13th, Ousmane Sembène: In the Face of History -- read more..

Movie Reviews
Adele Ambrose

... the Right Thing to Do

The Canadian Film Centre kicked off  their  Black History Month celebrations with an enriching evening with award-winning Writer/Director, Spike Lee. Spike is currently on a book promo tour ... read more..

Movie Reviews
Meres J. Weche

Spike Lee: For the love of film and music

Last week, as part of the TD-sponsored Then and Now: A celebration of Black History Month series of cultural events, Toronto welcomed acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee. This conversation, moderated by C read more..

Arts
Meres J. Weche

Ruined: An interview with Yanna McIntosh

Ruined, the 2009 Pulitzer Prize award-winning play, is the latest work by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage to make its way to Toronto. This production by Obsidian Theatre in association with Nightw read more..

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