Laura Anne Harris

With so many film festivals changing their programming from in-person to virtual, it can make it difficult for viewers to access and be exposed to vibrant upcoming and established short filmmakers simply through word-of-mouth recommendations. I had the pleasure of being connected to filmmaker Tanmay Singh about her recent award winning film I am Vrinda, […]

If you need to be reminded about how toxic masculinity can be used as a business model, then the documentary The Pickup Game should be essential viewing. Or if you are simply fascinated by human behavior, and how mating has been influenced by social media than this piece is also for you. Sibling filmmakers Matthew […]

  Kelly Bedard

CLICK HERE to read all of our SDCC 2018 Coverage. My favourite interviews at Comic-Con every year are the behind-the-scenes stuff where I get to really delve into craft with people who don’t often get to talk about their craft. The writers, designers, composers, and visual effects artists who work on some of the biggest films […]

CLICK HERE to read all of our SDCC 2018 Coverage. We caught up with Hosea Chanchez (The Game) and Imani Hakim (Everybody Hates Chris) at San Diego Comic-Con to get the scoop on their new movie Down For Whatever from TV One. Hosea plays a cop searching for the people who murdered his partner and mentor. Imani plays the […]

CLICK HERE to read all of our SDCC 2018 Coverage. While walking the exhibition floor on preview night at Comic-Con International, I made sure to stop by my favourite booth- Cinema Makeup School. They always have tons of cool demonstrations going on and makeup artists on hand to give you the inside scoop on how the […]

  Laura Anne Harris

The Guardians is an alarming new documentary from Toronto director-journalist Billie Mintz about the American public and private guardianship scam which captures unsuspecting elderly out of their home by court order. At first it seems implausible, but Mintz carefully investigates this ongoing issue in the region where this scam started: Clark County, Nevada a suburb […]

  Laura Anne Harris

Toronto’s HotDocs Festival is in full swing, and if you are craving a spectacular nature documentary look no further than Grant Baldwin’s love letter to British Columbia, This Mountain Life. Baldwin follows several subjects lust for adventure, solitude or inner peace. He travels alongside a mother and daughter team, Martina and Tania as they take […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con We caught up with two of the giants of voice-over acting  John DiMaggio (Futurama‘s Bender) and Frederick Tatasciore (Avengers Assemble‘s Hulk) who were on hand at San Diego Comic-Con to promote I Know That Voice, their documentary about the industry that is now being adapted into […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con The technical categories at the Oscars usually leave the audience asking “what’s that?”. Luckily, CW3PR & Impact24 PR are actually interested in answering that question. In both 2016 and 2017, they brought overlooked film professionals like production designers and FX artists to San […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con The official synopsis for filmmaking duo Jessica Curtright & Santiago C. Tapia’s new horror short It Began Without Warning is “‘The time has come,’ the Walrus said.  And all the little Oysters stood and waited in a row.” I sat down with Santiago at San […]

  Laura Anne Harris

This year marks the first year of the Syracuse Contemporary Irish Film Festival, and closing out the festival is a charming and moving film by Alex Fegan called, Older than Ireland. In 2016, Ireland celebrated their 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising, which led to Irish independence from Great Britain. To commemorate the occasion, […]

  Laura Anne Harris

Being a producer is tough. I know this from my experience self-producing my solo shows across the fringe theatre festival circuit in Canada. It’s a grind, it’s necessary for your show to succeed and it’s not entirely rewarding. The only pay off is the witnessing the show actually happen or the project completed, but most […]

  Laura Anne Harris

Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in Canada, however it’s nearly impossible for people to buy property due to the high housing prices. Charles Wilkinson’s documentary Vancouver: No Fixed Address examines the many reasons why buying property in Vancouver is so difficult. Whether it is offshore buyers moving in or lack of regulations […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. The movie business is about to experience the next true revolution – the intersection of science and art to create immersive entertainment utilizing virtual reality and augmented reality. Although the science is at its nacency, the art is finally getting to step it […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. The first crush I ever had on a TV character was in 1999. I was 10 and I was absolutely crazy about a shy, blue-haired misfit named Harrison John. Harrison on The WB’s high school satire Popular was Christopher Gorham’s first role. He […]

  Kelly Bedard

Welcome to the 2015 Nominee Interview Series. This Year’s Interview Series Includes… Khadijah Roberts-Abdullah (MyTheatre: Toronto- Outstanding Actress, We Are Proud to Present…/Outstanding Supporting Actress, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot) The dynamic and empathetic Khadijah Roberts-Abdullah was one of the biggest breakout stars of 2015, delivering show-stealing turns in two of the most-nominated productions of the […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. We are living in a golden age of comic book stories, with TV shows and movies flooding the market. While there are countless interviews with the leads and directors, the San Diego Comic Con panel “Musical Anatomy of a Superhero” gave the rarer […]

  Kelly Bedard

Broadway’s golden boy will be taking the Roy Thompson Hall stage tomorrow night to sing Stephen Schwartz songs alongside the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Fresh off his pre-Broadway run in the new Finding Neverland musical and a movie star turn as Jamie in the Last Five Years film adaptation, Tony-nominated (and My Theatre Award-winning!) Newsies star/Smash saviour […]

  Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2014 My Cinema Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. People like to say that the romantic comedy is dead. Screenwriter Mark Hammer isn’t interested in a world where that’s true. In 2014 he set about proving those people wrong by writing one of the most delightful […]

  Kelly Bedard

’71– screenplay by Gregory Burke; directed by Yann Demange Impish Skins star Jack O’Connell has well and truly left the fun and juvenility of Cook behind him. The whole of Yann Demange’s first feature film is balanced carefully on the shoulders of the 24-year-old about to have his big international moment in Angelina Jolie’s upcoming film […]

  Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Cinema Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. The Dirties was an affecting phenomenon of visceral independent filmmaking. Matt Johnson was its driving force, earning him three My Cinema Award nominations- Best Director, Best Screenplay (with Evan Morgan & Josh Boles) and Best Picture. With a strong backbone […]

  Kelly Bedard

There are a lot of exciting films coming out in 2013 (here’s looking at you, Catching Fire!) but none of them have us as psyched as the impending release of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing. The My Cinema staff is excited, the My Theatre staff is excited, the My TV staff is excited- the film, which finally hits wide release this Friday, […]

  Nick Christophers

In Ancient Greece the art of acting was cultivated and respected among the people who always took it to another level. From the famous Amphitheatre to the halls of Kings the raw talent that was displayed was awe inspiring. That same element lives in the hearts of select actor and actress’ vying for an opportunity […]

  Nick Christophers

Since Nia Vardalos lit the Greek fire in Hollywood with her blockbuster My Big Fat Greek Wedding, more talented Greek Americans have come forth with great works. Actors like Costas Mandylor, Nick Cassavetes, Louis Mandylor and Melina Kanakaredes have proven what they are made of. Yet there are those who are still breaking the “red […]

  Nick Christophers

There have been many actors who have tried to muster and maintain the true essence of a gangster. Some that come to mind are Robert DeNiro, Chazz Palminteri, James Cagney, Al Pacino, James Caan and Joe Pesci. But there is one in particular who is not mentioned as much but who truly captures the aura […]