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Stories of courage and resilience at this year’s Halifax Black Film Festival

As part of this year's Halifax Black Film Festival, five Halifax filmmakers join 15 others from Montreal and Toronto in the Being Black in...

Halifax Black Film Festival celebrates five years

The Halifax Black Film Festival (HBFF) celebrates its fifth anniversary in 2021 with an online celebration of Black filmmakers featuring 75 films from 10...

The Colour of Spring comes full circle

Following months of award-winning screenings at film festivals worldwide, the latest feature film, The Colour of Spring, from Nova Scotian director Paul Andrew Kimball,...

Film review: Wonder Woman: 1984 surpasses lofty expectations

When the original Wonder Woman was released in 2017, weary fans everywhere applauded a female hero and a fantastic change of pace for DC. After critical drubbings...

Film review: Soul is a toe-tapping adventure with a big, beautiful core

This latest Pixar offering is a wondrous, beautiful picture that you won’t soon forget. Soul has energy to spare, and it’s an evocative, human story. A...

Empowering the next generation of Black filmmakers

The Fabienne Colas Foundation has announced its cohort for the 2020 Being Black in Canada Program, including five from Halifax. Local emerging filmmakers Andre Anderson,...

Film review: Entropic is more than skin deep

Walking the line between a Black Mirror episode and a Baby Blue late-night skin flick, New Brunswick filmmaker R.W. Gray's first feature, Entropic, leaves...

Atlantic Jewish Film Festival extends its reach as it moves online in 2020

Following the lead of the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival back in September, this year's Atlantic Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is not only moving...

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