Sunday, January 26, 2020
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Film review: The Song of Names is gorgeous and eloquent, if not exuberant

This interesting tale of musical brilliance, friendship and ambition, all wrapped up in a mystery...
Michael Melski’s documentary film Perfume War launches Atlantic Cinematheque, the new partnership between the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and FIN Atlantic International Film Festival that focuses on works by Atlantic Canadian filmmakers about Atlantic Canada that screens in the Windsor Foundation Theatre on the last Friday of every month.

Atlantic Cinematheque focuses on films about Atlantic Canada by Atlantic Canadian filmmakers

In a media release, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and FIN Atlantic International Film...
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Film review: The Grudge remake should have stayed buried

The Grudge — itself a remake of a classic Japanese horror flick — was a...
Tara Taylor

20 questions with Tara Taylor

Meet Halifax-based filmmaker, playwright, actress, multidisciplinary artist and singer Tara Taylor. The second in our special...
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Film review: Cats is the equivalent of thespians tap-dancing in a litterbox

Right from the very first trailer, I had my reservations about a big-screen adaptation for...
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Tentacle Tribe launches its cross-Canada tour of Ghost from Halifax

Montreal-based dance company Tentacle Tribe is getting set to embark on a cross-Canada tour with...
Sam Horak

20 questions with Sam Horak

Meet Halifax-based writer, producer and theatre creator Sam Horak. The first in our special #20Questions series, Sam...
#FridayFive: 5 shows we're excited about in January

#FridayFive: 5 shows we’re excited about in January

Happy New Year, Halifax! To start 2020 off the best way we know, here are five...
Our holiday guide to the performing arts in Halifax

Our holiday guide to the performing arts in Halifax

With the festive season well underway we can’t think of a better way to celebrate...

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