The film industry’s incoming Increase of Global co-productions

Last weekend, the Atlantic International Film Festival took over Halifax. While the majority of the discussion centred around the movies, business players took careful note of the Strategic Partners International Film and Television Co-Production Market that took over a corner of the festival. Many are seeking to co-productions to attempt and understand how they can help expand the range of homegrown content. read more

Review: American Assassin is crying out for a Winner kill

0.5 out of 4 stars

Title American Assassin Composed by Stephen Schiff, Michael Finch, Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz Directed by Michael Cuesta Starring Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton and Sanaa Lathan Genre Thriller Classification 14A Nation USA Language Language Year 2017

Trauma and grief hit different people in different ways. A number of us, if our fiancée went down in a hail of bullets during a terrorist attack on a tropical shore, would spend the next 18 months in a darkened room yelling and combating nightmares. Others might learn several Middle Eastern languages, memorize the Koran, infiltrate the terrorist cell that murdered her and come so close to carrying out its chief that the CIA would have no choice but to come calling. read more

Serena Williams shares Instagram photo of newborn daughter

Serena Williams gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian two weeks ago.

And the newborn is already taking after her gold medal mother and her strong style.

On Friday, the tennis champ shared a photo of her newborn baby donning a sassy onesie that read ‘Smart and Strong like my mom’ along with the silly caption ‘Biceps.’  read more

Review: American Assassin is crying out for a Winner kill

0.5 out of 4 stars

Title American Assassin Composed by Stephen Schiff, Michael Finch, Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz Directed by Michael Cuesta Starring Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton and Sanaa Lathan Genre Thriller Classification 14A Nation USA Language Language Year 2017

Trauma and grief hit different people in different ways. A number of us, if our fiancée went down in a hail of bullets during a terrorist attack on a tropical shore, would spend the next 18 months in a darkened room yelling and combating nightmares. Others might learn several Middle Eastern languages, memorize the Koran, infiltrate the terrorist cell that murdered her and come so close to carrying out its chief that the CIA would have no choice but to come calling. read more