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'BlackBerry,' 'Little Bird' nab top trophies at Canadian Screen Awards

'BlackBerry,' 'Little Bird' nab top trophies at Canadian Screen Awards

TORONTO — Matt Johnson’s “BlackBerry” may have ended in tragedy but it saw nothing short of triumph as it dominated the Canadian Screen Awards in an evening full of self-referential jabs about the industry and some moments of protest Friday.
2nd arrest made in alleged shootings at Greater Toronto Area movie theatres

2nd arrest made in alleged shootings at Greater Toronto Area movie theatres

Police have charged a second man after a series of alleged shootings at at four movie theatres across the Greater Toronto Area. York Regional Police say the second suspect – a 43-year-old man from Brampton, Ont.
Movie Review: Muppets creator Jim Henson gets a documentary as exciting as he was

Movie Review: Muppets creator Jim Henson gets a documentary as exciting as he was

There are moments when the spark of creation suddenly ignites and history stops. Like when the Wright brothers got a plane to fly. Or when Oreo added double filling.
Movie Review: Daisy Ridley shines in inspirational swimming pic ‘Young Woman and the Sea’

Movie Review: Daisy Ridley shines in inspirational swimming pic ‘Young Woman and the Sea’

In August 1926, a 19-year-old New Yorker named Trudy Ederle became the first woman to swim the English Channel .
'Little Bird' wins 11 trophies at pair of Canadian Screen Awards industry galas

'Little Bird' wins 11 trophies at pair of Canadian Screen Awards industry galas

TORONTO — "Little Bird" was the big winner at a pair of industry galas for the Canadian Screen Awards on Wednesday that recognized excellence in TV.
CBC News' Adrienne Arsenault among Canadian Screen Awards winners at industry gala

CBC News' Adrienne Arsenault among Canadian Screen Awards winners at industry gala

TORONTO — CBC News anchor Adrienne Arsenault and reporter Jorge Barrera of "The National" took home two of the top news prizes at the first of several industry galas for the Canadian Screen Awards.
Review: 'Robot Dreams' is more profound than it has any right to be

Review: 'Robot Dreams' is more profound than it has any right to be

It’s one of those strange but immutable truths of the movies that a song like Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” can play in roughly a thousand films before a movie about a dog and a robot comes along and blows them all out of the water.
‘Furiosa’ sneaks past ‘Garfield’ to claim No. 1 spot over Memorial Day holiday weekend

‘Furiosa’ sneaks past ‘Garfield’ to claim No. 1 spot over Memorial Day holiday weekend

Furiosa won the holiday box office over Garfield by a hair.
Mae Martin hopes 'people are happier' with this year's Canadian Screen Awards

Mae Martin hopes 'people are happier' with this year's Canadian Screen Awards

After working the standup circuit for years and breaking out during the pandemic, Mae Martin "can't believe" they're hosting the Canadian Screen Awards this week. "I remember watching when Martin Short hosted the awards, and he's a true idol of mine.
Poor neighborhood in Peru's Amazon region hosts film festival celebrating tropical forests

Poor neighborhood in Peru's Amazon region hosts film festival celebrating tropical forests

BELÉN, Peru (AP) — In the heart of Peru’s Amazon region, a poor neighborhood put aside the trials and tribulations of everyday life and celebrated an international film festival with works from countries with tropical forests.