Directed by Sean Garrity (My Awkward Sexual Adventure), After The Ball is a Cinderella-like fairytale set in the cutthroat world of fashion retail. The film tells the story of recent fashion grad Kate Kassel (Portia Doubleday), who hopes to bring new life to her family’s faltering fashion empire. Although her father (Chris Noth) is the… Read More »
Unlike Boyhood, its cheerful American counterpart, Girlhood paints a grim, unflinching picture of coming of age in a boy’s world.
We went backstage with Canadian Screen Award nominees to see how they get glammed up on a budget.
It was kind of like watching a series of home videos featuring estranged family members you used to know very well, punctuated by the odd rhetorical question—“What do you do when you’re a grown man in a boy band?”
Next Thursday, February 12 at 9:00 p.m., MUFF Society returns to The Royal (608 College St.) with its Valentine’s Day screening of Point Break. The Royal will also present back-to-back screenings of romantic classics like Dirty Dancing and In the Mood for Love.
I AM NOT A WEIRD PERSON follows Emmy who is trying to find the courage to leave the safety of her apartment and go back out into the world again… because she’s in desperate need of toothpaste.