Ellen Page

Ellen Page and Ian Daniel's documentary about ecological disaster sites near Black and Indigenous communities in Nova Scotia is straightforward and effective Read more

TIFF 2019


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We can't wait to see these homegrown movies from directors Ellen Page, Kazik Radwanski, Sophie Deraspe, Jeff Barnaby, Albert Shin and Joey Klein Read more

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Theres Something In The Water

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Albert Shin, Jeff Barnaby, Louise Archambault, Amy Jo Johnson, Alan Zweig, Zacharias Kunuk and Aisling Chin-Yee are also bringing films to Toronto Read more

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Tales Of The City Netflix

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NOW critics pick the best movies and TV shows coming to the streaming service this month Read more

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Adaptation of the cult comic series about a dysfunctional super-family starts off well but soon runs out of story Read more



Photos by Tanja-Tiziana. Hair and Makeup by Sarah Campbell.

As we mark National Canadian Film Day 150, NOW looks at what’s made our country’s cinema unique – and how, thanks to a new generation, that’s changing. Read more

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Woody Allen's gorgeous postcard to Rome is equal parts smart romantic comedy and stupid silliness Read more


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    Michael Watier

    Actress Ellen Page attends the 'Freeheld' premiere at Roy Thomson Hall during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival on September 13, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.