By Kassandra Sharma
The late Karl Winston Mullings, who is widely recognized as the forefather of the reggae scene here in Canada and a trailblazer for the mixing of Canadian and Caribbean culture, was honoured last month when the city of Brampton dedicated one of its waterways to his memory.
By Aaron Zaretsky
Will Smith literally fights himself in a dual role portraying two government assassins who are the best in the business.
By Yulia Federov
Imagine being in an abusive relationship. Imagine the fear that arises when you think about leaving. Now, imagine that when you finally gather the courage to do so, it’s too late—because no matter where you go, your abuser will know exactly where you are.
No, this isn’t the plot for a sci-fi movie—it’s real life.
By Justin Wong
At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios took to the stage at Hall H to reveal upcoming productions from the studio. One of the announced films was ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’, Marvel’s first Asian – led superhero film. During the epic panel it was also revealed that Shang-Chi himself, will be played by Toronto actor Simu Liu, most known for playing Jung on ‘Kim’s Convenience’. It is an understatement to say that Shang-Chi will have a monumental impact on Asian representation, but to what extent and how will it affect the Asian communities in North America?
By Laura 'Simply Leah' McNeil
The 2019 CaribbeanTales Film Festival music night has been quite a night! It’s surprising how much our history can and has been expressed through music. In hindsight, that’s how my ancestors were able to communicate with each other during the time of slavery. This short film entitled Karukera Blues by Pierre Huberson reaffirmed that notion and then some.