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Two-fifths of TV episodes and films shot by women, directors' guild says

VANCOUVER — A new report from the Directors Guild of Canada suggests that roughly two-fifths of feature films and episodic television shot by its members were helmed by female directors.
From ‘Enola Holmes’ to ‘Extraction,’ Netflix bets on sequels

From ‘Enola Holmes’ to ‘Extraction,’ Netflix bets on sequels

It’s easy to forget that the Netflix original film department is still rather young. Five years ago, the streaming service didn’t even really have one. But things move quickly in the competitive streaming world, especially when starting from scratch.
Jann Arden on heist film 'Vandits,' which had its equipment stolen during production

Jann Arden on heist film 'Vandits,' which had its equipment stolen during production

Jann Arden has range. In the last several decades, the multiple Juno Award-winning singer, author and actress released 15 albums, found time to write five books, and became the self-deprecating subject of her own CTV television series, “Jann.
'I'm a work in progress': Pamela Anderson on restoring her B.C. home and herself

'I'm a work in progress': Pamela Anderson on restoring her B.C. home and herself

Model, actress and environmental crusader Pamela Anderson is on a mission of rehabilitation. Reached at her home in Ladysmith, B.C.
Review: 'Salvatore' fetes a life devoted to feet and fashion

Review: 'Salvatore' fetes a life devoted to feet and fashion

Next time you arrive home with aching, blistered feet after a long day, take heart: It’s not your feet that are the problem. It’s your shoes.
Review: Florence Pugh shines in haunting ‘The Wonder’

Review: Florence Pugh shines in haunting ‘The Wonder’

It is 1862 in a remote Irish village when an English nurse is called in by a local council to observe and investigate a phenomenon in the haunting new film “ The Wonder .
Review: Alejandro Iñárritu's freewheeling fantasia 'Bardo'

Review: Alejandro Iñárritu's freewheeling fantasia 'Bardo'

In the swaggering, maximalist cinema of Alejandro Iñárritu, Iñárritu has, himself, never been all that far off the screen.
Review: Jennifer Lawrence keeps 'Causeway' nicely afloat

Review: Jennifer Lawrence keeps 'Causeway' nicely afloat

A pickup truck breaking down on the street turns into a blessing of sorts in “Causeway,” a new, gentle Apple TV+ drama starring Jennifer Lawrence.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu returns with his most personal film

Alejandro G. Iñárritu returns with his most personal film

In 2016, Alejandro G. Iñárritu found himself walking up to the Oscars stage to pick up the best director award for the second time in two years. “I can’t believe this is happening,” he said.
Family values put to test in November streaming picks 'Wednesday,' 'Echo 3'

Family values put to test in November streaming picks 'Wednesday,' 'Echo 3'

Here's a look at some of the standout TV series and films debuting on subscription streaming platforms in November: "Wednesday" Tim Burton directs several episodes of a new series centred around the fastidious daughter of the Addams family.