OA_show('Wallpaper');
OA_show('Leaderboard - Xx90');
Choose your edition:

Search form

FILTERS:

Date range

Region

Media Type

Section

Author(s)

Search

Did you mean
grew garden
Displaying 1-25 of about 1397 results
    Canada
    Patricia Rozema talks about her work, the film's gay following, and the future of indie cinema
    By Matthew Hays
    Mon, Jul 20, 2009
    Mon, Jan 18, 2010
    2
    Vancouver
    If you've never seen a Charlie Hides parody video, you're missing out. His Cher always make me giggle, and this time around he's taking on Lady Gaga, Madonna and Katy Perry with a revamped version of "Applause." Even /Grey Gardens/' Little Edie Bouvier makes an appearance!  
    Wed, Aug 28, 2013
    Toronto
    A true original presented with faded copies
    By Gordon Bowness
    Thu, May 7, 2009
    Toronto
    Hot Docs will rock ya
    By Roy Mitchell
    Thu, May 6, 1999
    Toronto
    Wayne Lonergan married his sugar daddy’s daughter, then bludgeoned her with a candelabra
    Sat, Feb 8, 2014
    Toronto
    The thing I most love about Rufus Wainwright is that he's in his early 30s and he's totally an old-school gay. He's an opera queen, flamboyant, wistful, over the top and bitchy. He's influenced greatly by past gay icons and pop culture of yore. Grey Gardens, Judy Garland, Maria Callas…
    By Gregg Shapiro
    Wed, Jun 20, 2007
    Toronto
    It's gratifying to see a short by director Patricia Rozema at TIFF. Rozema is best known for her feature films I've Heard The Mermaids Singing (which won the Prix de Jeunesse at Cannes in 1987), When Night Is Falling (1995) and Mansfield Park (1999). All foreground women characters and…
    By Chris Dupuis
    Thu, Aug 31, 2006
    Toronto
    Rampant crime or paranoia?
    By Daryl Vocat
    Thu, Dec 22, 2005
    Canada
    Director explores life of porn actress who contracts HIV
    By Matthew Hays
    Mon, Feb 6, 2012
    1
    Toronto
    Summer movie hits and the 'chick' bandwagon
    By Dainty Smith
    Wed, Oct 12, 2011
    2
    Toronto
    Reality fights dirty
    By Michele Clarke
    Thu, Apr 15, 2004
    Toronto
    Toronto's queer film- and videomakers have never been busier. "In recent years we have seen an increase in both the quality and quantity of submissions," says Inside Out festival programmer Shane Smith. "There are a lot of smart people in this city making work." An impressive array of local gems will…
    By Elisa Kukla
    Thu, May 18, 2000
    Canada
    A sensual subversive from the Harlem Renaissance
    By Jim Bartley
    Thu, Mar 27, 2008
    Toronto
    Strange bedfellows haunt English manors
    By Kamal Al-Solaylee
    Thu, Nov 18, 1999
    New
    Toronto
    Jinkx Monsoon is one storm front you’ll want to face full-on
    Thu, Jun 27, 2013
    Toronto
    The Rufus on fire
    By Gregg Shapiro
    Thu, May 3, 2001
    Toronto
    Jinkx Monsoon is one storm front you'll want to face full-on
    By Darryl Mabey
    Thu, Jun 13, 2013
    Canada
    Canadian modernist architect had 'grandiose vision'
    By Steven Schelling
    Fri, May 22, 2009
    1

Pages