Canadian LGBTQ literature is having a moment, and this Montreal festival is showcasing that
Violet Metropolis features onstage interviews, public readings, panel discussions...and a new national literary prize.
Watch a Canadian film for National Film Day!
To celebrate National Film Day, CBC has put together a selection of Canadian films. Check them out!
Canadian Film Day
There's a massive free catalogue of Indigenous films online — and we have 6 picks to get you started
In honour of Canadian Film Day, we asked Indigenous filmmakers and curators for some recommendations from the NFB's new Indigenous catalogue.
1 woman. 10 characters. How theatre freed Raven Dauda from her own addictions
Everything you've ever wanted to know about Canadian film but were too polite to ask
Floating figures and serpents, oh my! Get transported with these otherworldly time-lapses
Cynthia Dale on her new musical, Fun Home, and reprising her role as Olivia Novak in the Street Legal reboot
Toni Hamel fights for the underdog with her surreal and subversive paintings
New Freaks and Geeks documentary explores enduring legacy of show cancelled after 18 episodes
Rob Lowe and Jimmy Kimmel enjoy a laugh about the Halifax Explosion
'I spend 5% of my time designing and I hate that': The challenges of turning art into business
Jael Richardson's book pick: Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
Dallas Smith, Jess Moskaluke and Chad Brownlee among acts to play Humboldt Broncos tribute concert
After an entire B.C. town was abandoned, this artist began capturing the magic of how it's changing
Saudi Arabia's 35-year cinema ban ends today with Black Panther screening
From Oklahoma! to the Sound of Music, a gateway to Rodgers and Hammerstein
CBC Arts: Exhibitionists — Art Kids!
Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish and Daily Show's Trevor Noah coming to Montreal for Just for Laughs
Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer win hailed as 'big for hip-hop' and 'big for music'
Less talk, more action: At the Feminist F--k It Festival, time is so beyond up it's not even funny
After #MeToo: Barry Avrich's new film digs into the sexual misconduct allegations facing Harvey Weinstein
Popular driftwood statue El Corazon washed away in weekend ice storm
CANADA'S A DRAG