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Susan G. Cole

Susan G. Cole interviews Affinity Konar, author of MISCHLING on November 2nd at Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto! more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole interviews Michael Coren about his new book Epiphany: A Christian's Change of Heart & Mind over Same-Sex Marriage on May 16th at North York Central Library! more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole hosts BURST: New Voices in Canadian Literature at Pages Unbound Festival on May 6th at AGO's Jackman Hall! more

NOW in the media

Micah White, co-creator and driving force behind 'Occupy Wall Street' talks with Susan G. Cole on March 17th at Toronto Reference Library! more

NOW in the media

This month's TIFF Critics Night guest, Susan G. Cole introduces a screening of Mustang on January 26th! more

NOW in the media

Win a pair of tickets to see non-fiction writer Åsne Seierstad in conversation with NOW's Susan G. Cole on October 28th at Lakeside Terrace! more

Art & Books

Brilliant film about the 1993 Oslo Accords shows how close we came to peace in the Middle East more

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Doc about massive environmental scandal doesn't break formal boundaries, but the shock factor makes it a must-see more

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Matthew Shoychet's film about Oskar Gröning’s 2015 trial is powerful and challenging more

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Paula Eiselt's film follows Hasidic women battling to create an all-female emergency force in Brooklyn more

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Morgan Neville's film shows how TV icon Mr. Rogers fearlessly dealt with profound issues on his show for pre-school children more

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The Cove director Louis Psihoyos's latest film follows elite athletes thriving on plant-based diets more

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Film about letters sent to Ms. Magazine makes clear that most issues preoccupying women in the 70s have not gone away more

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Netflix

From the opening night film, The Heat, to features about activists Mandi Gray, Nadia Murad and Madonna Thunder Hawk, this year's slate is full of strong female portraits more

Interviews & Features

What could have been an interesting procedural about an irresponsible and entitled man heads in the wrong direction more

Reviews

Geoffrey Rush is excellent as the aging Swiss-Italian artist, but in 2018, we don’t need another story of an egomaniacal womanizing painter more

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International Festival of Authors

Poet and editor's charisma and craft impressed the judges at International Festival of Authors's 10th annual poetry competition more

Books

Booker Prize-winning author Alan Hollinghurst is credited with mainstreaming gay fiction in the UK, but his latest book, The Sparsholt Affair, leaves the erotic adventures to the reader's imagination. more

Books

Miraculously, Samuel Maoz’s pic doesn’t collapse under the weight of its myriad metaphors more

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Writer/director Mina Shum gives her often unnoticed people a deep humanity more

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Once long-time collaborator Oh signed on, Shum got the cast she needed to fuel her tender story of marital infidelity more

Interviews & Features

Ingrid Veninger’s cottage-country-set drama keeps you on edge more

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Feel-good musical about Newfoundlanders welcoming passengers from rerouted planes on 9/11 has a huge heart more

Musicals

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Cylla von Tiedemann

Too bad the venue creates so much space between the action and the audience more

Theatre

Director Sebastián Lelio has an instinct for creating unusually powerful female characters more

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Observational doc takes a clear-eyed look at workers toiling under horrendous conditions more

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