17 for '17: These are the great Canadian filmmakers of the future
In honour of this Saturday's debut of CBC Arts' new talk show The Filmmakers, we look back at the many fresh faces we've profiled in the past two years.
This summer, spend your Saturday nights with Canadian movies on The Filmmakers
Hosted by journalist Johanna Schneller and featuring candid studio conversations with creative talent behind some of the greatest Canadian films and filmmakers.
This Art Works! How to feed a worm and do your laundry
The Head meets sexy nude statue Dave plus artist Paul Chartrand and his partner Henry the worm transform ineffective political documents into fresh soil.
'Feels like I'm home': Why performing at the Indigenous Games is so close to Midnight Shine's heart
Why this artist is bringing blackness and basketball into the gallery
Heartbreak to Art
Art helped her with depression and anxiety — and then it opened up a whole new career
The great Canadian reading list: 150 books to read for Canada 150
His mother — 'an amazing painter' — told him to not get into art, but he couldn't help it
This artist thinks we've taken technology for granted — so he's turning it into art
Naloxone ban at music festival could cost lives, Ottawa woman fears
Film 101: What's a boom operator — and how do you mic a sex scene?
Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington dead at 41
Reboots and sequels in 2017: the good, the bad and what we actually want
'Don't forget about us': Ashley Iris Gill's films paint a brighter world for queer black youth
Winnipeg's ghost signs to be reanimated by American artist
Montreal actress Meaghan Rath to join CBS drama Hawaii Five-0 after controversial cast departures
Why you need to spend your summer Saturdays watching these great Canadian films
Don't let the white sheet fool you: A Ghost Story is a serious film about death and the passing of time
Why Adam Copeland says Generation X by Douglas Coupland is more relevant today than ever before
Atom Egoyan on the creative freedom of making movies in Canada
'We're the seeds that sprouted this massive tree:' Comic-Con comic sellers feel squeezed out
Jake Clemons on replacing his late uncle Clarence in Bruce Springsteen's band and going solo
Art Post Outpost
Korean soap opera fans flock to Quebec City and more arts stories you might have missed