Chris Dart

Web Writer

Chris Dart is a writer, editor, jiu-jitsu enthusiast, transit nerd, comic book lover, and some other stuff from Scarborough, Ont. In addition to CBC, he's had bylines in The Globe and Mail, Vice, The AV Club, the National Post, Atlas Obscura, Toronto Life, Canadian Grocer, and more.

Latest from Chris Dart

Q with Tom Power

TV and film legend James L. Brooks never planned on making sitcoms

Brooks transformed the types of stories you see on television, from The Mary Tyler Moore Show to The Simpsons. In an interview with Q’s Tom Power, he reflects on his remarkable career.
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Why Leslie Odom Jr. decided to embrace imperfection on When a Crooner Dies

The Grammy and Tony-winning performer joined Q’s Tom Power to talk about his new album of original songs.
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Jann Arden's debut novel The Bittlemores was 15 years in the making

Most know Jann Arden as one of Canada's most successful singer-songwriters, but for more than a decade, she's been following another dream — writing a novel. She sits down with Q’s Tom Power to talk about her first book of fiction, The Bittlemores.
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Linton Kwesi Johnson wanted his poetry to be a cultural weapon

The acclaimed British Jamaican poet and activist joins Q’s Tom Power to reflect on his life in words, poetry and music.

Zoe.mp4 reimagines the serial killer movie

The indie thriller from Vancouver director Jeremy Lutter features a killer who thinks she's helping her victims out.
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Taika Waititi tells us why he wanted to make an 'uplifting, underdog sports film'

The New Zealand filmmaker’s new film, Next Goal Wins, tells the story of the American Samoa national soccer team and its attempt to qualify for the 2014 World Cup. Waititi talks to Q’s Tom Power about what drew him to the story.
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Scott Pilgrim's director on his film's unusual path to success

With a new Scott Pilgrim series out on Netflix, Edgar Wright joins Q's Tom Power to talk about the making of his now classic film.

Jeremy Larter is giving P.E.I. the onscreen love it deserves

Detective story Who's Yer Father? bumped Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour from the top spot at Charlottetown's cinemas.

This is not a cell phone ad. New BlackBerry miniseries fleshes out the story of RIM

Co-writer Matthew Miller wants to change how Canadians see their own stories.
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Linda Evangelista reflects on the ups and downs of being one of the most iconic faces of the '90s

At the height of her fame, Canadian supermodel Linda Evangelista was one of the most famous women on the planet. She joins Q guest host Talia Schlanger to talk about a new book and docuseries that chart her supersonic rise to fame.