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Kazakhstan-Canadian illustrator Ola Volo deep-dives into the subtleties of human nature, celebrating life’s little surprises along the way.
For every success like the iPhone, the VCR and the Ford Mustang, there are the Apple Newtons, Betamaxes and Edsels that crashed and burned.
Award-winning interdisciplinary artist Sean Martindale, known for his contemporary interventions in public spaces, activates Harbourfront Centre for BRAVE.
This showcase of work by woman-identified photographers underlines how the mess of daily life can both inspire and crush the spirit of art.
Learn how the moving image was created back in the day! Create your own animated scene, in a zoetrope or flip book.
Calling all kids who are inspired by the magic of movie-making! Learn how to create special effects – science fiction, horror and fantasy.
Come down to the Video Gym and experience a green screen, be both in the shot and behind the scenes!
Dance to the beat of your own drum at The Main Ingredient Silent Disco, with your choice of three channels of music spun by some of Toronto’s best DJs on wireless headphones.
New Zealalnd’s Māmā Mihirangi & the Māreikura share the fundamentals of traditional Maori dancing.
Settle in for a near-perfect, pitch-black send-up of celebrity culture and social conservatism from John Waters.
The cult classic that almost never was. The film did not break even at the box office but Gilliam was finally able to release his director’s cut on home video and the Criterion Collection has released it five times on multiple formats since 1996.
An intricately woven sonic tapestry of Afghan music performed by Qais Essar introduces a screening of The Breadwinner.
“All right, all right, all right.” Discover Richard Linklater’s characters and their last day of high school shenanigans – all set to a killer soundtrack.
The film that helped launch Jake Gyllenhaal’s career was a huge flop when it came out in theatres, but has become a sleeper cult hit.