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On the fourth and final night of the Canadian Screen Awards, the academy gave the Quebec film Antigone — a modern retelling of the ancient Greek tragedy — top honours.
Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival say they're still planning to have some type of physical festival this year. But executive director and co-head Joana Vicente adds 'it's definitely going to look different.'
Apple Music is launching its first radio show in Africa, Africa Now Radio with Cuppy, which debuts Sunday and will feature a mix of contemporary and traditional popular African genres.
On its second to last night, the Canadian Screen Awards honoured Cardinal, Schitt’s Creek, Anne With an E and the Baroness von Sketch Show with numerous awards as they all broadcast their final seasons.
Walt Disney Co. plans to reopen the world's largest theme park, Walt Disney World, in phases beginning on July 11, if the governor of Florida approves.
‘No One Wants to Hear From the Birther-in-Chief,’ Don Lemon Erupts About Trump and the George Floyd Killing
“No one wants to hear from the man who says that the former president was not born in this country,” the CNN host said
"Write letters in to me with your favorite bootlegs and we will find them and use the best audio we can locate," artist says
This pocket-sized device boosts your internet signal to up to 1300 square-feet of space
Let's Stay (in) Together livestream event features Kool and the Gang, Robert Randolph, Michael McDonald and more artists
A subscription costs more than Netflix but promises well-known exclusives and new original programming
In “Entangled Life,” the biologist Merlin Sheldrake shines a celebratory spotlight on the little understood features and functions of fungal networks.
In “The Vanishing Half,” her follow-up to “The Mothers,” Brit Bennett writes about twin sisters from Louisiana who set out in very different directions.
In “Trumpocalypse,” a former prominent neoconservative reflects on what he got wrong, and where we should go from here.
“Red Dress in Black and White,” by Elliot Ackerman, features an American woman anxious to leave her Turkish husband as political unrest rages in Istanbul.
In “Fairest,” Meredith Talusan looks back on her life lived at the intersection of genders, races, sexualities and cultures.
Pharoah Sanders’ group rolled up all the best qualities from his early-1970s LPs into a newly reissued set that bursts with joy and discovery. It’s a concert that sounds more like a party than a seance.
Long considered an outlier in her catalog, Nina Simone’s newly reissued 1982 album is an intimate and immense portrait, a culmination of Nina Simone’s frustrations molded into a jarring personal statement.
The trumpeter and composer’s 1977 solo debut, reissued on remastered vinyl, retains its uncanny narcotic power and elemental beauty decades on.
In 1989, Pauline Oliveros coined the term Deep Listening to describe a practice of radical attentiveness. This double LP collects the famed original record with selections from her Deep Listening Band.
An essential new vinyl box set collects all of the trailblazing Olympia band’s records. It is a monument to the spartan trio’s music and their seismic influence on the indie rock that followed in their wake.