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  • "The Book of Negroes" Television Premiere

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    The Book of Negroes, the highly anticipated television adaptation of Lawrence Hill’s 2007 novel, had its television premiere last night, Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 9 p.m. on CB...

  • 'The Book of Negroes' North American Premiere

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    The Book of Negroes had its North American premiere in Toronto on Tuesday, November 18, at an exclusive advanced screening at TIFF Bell Lightbox as part of the Canadian Inter...

  • "The Book of Negroes": A Time of Awakening

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    The Book of Negroes: the title of the CBC’s latest miniseries. A title that only a month ago people may have shied away from because of the connotations of the word “negro”. In 20...

  • Clement Virgo Wins NAACP Award for Outstanding Writing for ‘The Book of Negroes’

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    Congratulations go out to CFC alumnus Clement Virgo, who received a NAACP for Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture (Television) for The Book of Negroes, alongside fellow co-writer and author of the novel of the same name, Lawrence Hill.

  • CFC and TD Then & Now Honour CBC's Miniseries "The Book of Negroes"

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    Clement Virgo and Lawrence Hill discuss adapting the novel The Book of Negroes for the miniseries of the same name, and series lead Aunjanue Ellis speaks about her life as an activist and playing Aminata Diallo.

  • Celebrating “Bold, Black, Risk-Takers”, An Evening Honouring "The Book of Negroes"

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    Celebrating “Bold, Black, Risk-Takers”, An Evening Honouring The Book of NegroesPart of the TD ‘Then & Now’ Series “Aunjanue Ellis is astonishing throughout … “ – John Doyle, The Globe and MailToronto, January 19, 2015 – In cel...

  • Todd and The Book of Pure Evil


    Teen heavy-metal enthusiast, Todd, seeks dating advice from the Prince of Darkness, unleashing the fury of hell to win the heart of the head cheerleader.

  • ​The Government of Canada


    The Government of Canada, through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), is actively identifying and building on the...

  • Night of The Living


    An imaginative boy becomes convinced that his alcoholic father is actually a zombie.

  • Days Of The Week


    Days of the Week is an interactive show blurring conventions of film, television and games to create a new entertainment form. With console technology, users...



    Set in the isolated Prairies, Azim is desperate to rebuild the family fortune lost in Idi Amin’s Uganda. But when his wife gives birth to a child with a...

  • The River of Blood


    Somali-born K’naan strives to become a voice for his nation through his music, while trying to reconcile conflicting influences of his culture that pull him...

  • Jean of the Joneses


    Jean of the Joneses is about a girl from a dysfunctional family of Jamaican women who have happily sent all the men in their lives running for the past...

  • The Secret of Goat


    A Woman and a Man live in a cabin in the woods. They are in love. One autumn they buy a goat. Something starts happening to the Woman and Man, they begin to...

  • The Weight of the World


    Waking up to discover the Earth's gravity has doubled can really bring down your day.



    The Art of Woo is a sly romantic comedy about Alessa Woo, a beautiful and ambitious art curator who meets her match in gifted painter, Ben Crowchild. Alessa...

  • Shanti Baba Ram & The Dancers of Hope


    A jaded food photographer struggles with his idealistic girlfriendʼs increasing obsession with India. When she invites a charismatic charity leader and his...

  • The Sadness of Johnson Joe Jangles


    A young couple boards a train heading west with an unborn baby in the womb and a dream of a new and prosperous life in the frontier town of New Pinko. Their...

  • The Passion of John Ruskin


    Set in 1850's London, a tale of the scandalous marriage of a great scholar whose only knowledge of women comes from the art he studies.

  • The Art of the Edit

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    On Friday, January 12, we spent the day at the Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival Industry Forum at TIFF. The third panel of the day, ‘The Art of the Edit’,...

  • Habitat 44: The Art of Reconstruction


    An architectural model of a pavilion is fabricated, recorded in holographic space, and positioned with its virtual self, playing on a duality of what is...


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    In case you hadn’t noticed, YouTube is fast superseding TV as the primary entertainment content medium for millennials. According to YouTube’s newest...

  • The Future of Photography

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    When I was 16 years old, I got my first “real” camera, a Minolta X-700.

  • ​Sarah Allen Joins The Cast of Remedy

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    Actors Conservatory alumna Sarah Allen ('09) (The Husband, "Being Human") has signed on to Global Television's highly anticipated drama series "Remedy".

  • Astound: Into the Mind of an Investor

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    Yesterday, we hosted several Toronto area investors at an Astound Salon in the exclusive Soho House.