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Author Mark Sakamoto and panellist Jeanne Beker reflect on winning the top spot in Canada Reads 2018.
Butt joins Tom Power in the q studio to talk about the legacy of the show and why he's bringing it back in a new animated format.
Deutch stars in Flower, a dark comedy that follows a teenage girl who seeks revenge on men engaging in sexual misconduct.
To celebrate the 30-year anniversary of Beetlejuice, we've tapped some of the producers and one of the screenwriters who worked on the movie for a q oral history.
Corner Gas creator and star Brent Butt talks about the show's legacy and why he chose to bring it back in an animated format. A q oral history of Beetlejuice on the film's 30-year anniversary. Actor Zoey Deutch on playing an anti-hero in the dark comedy Flower, and what she thinks about the role of art in the #MeToo era.
Ivory stopped by to talk about his writing and directing career, the stories he's been inspired to tell on-screen and his long-awaited moment in the Oscars spotlight.
Film legend James Ivory talks about his first-time Oscar win for Call Me By Your Name, and 60 years of filmmaking. Actor Ajuawak Kapashesit discusses Indian Horse, a film adaptation of the bestselling novel by Richard Wagamese.
The actor discusses his film, Indian Horse, and how it challenges the way we think about Canada's troubling legacy with Indigenous people.
The popstar recently showed off his forehead pimples on Instagram, reportedly to support the growing #acnepositivity movement on social media.
March 27: Shenae Grimes-Beech and Angela Griffin star in CTV's The Detail, a quiet reinvention of the cop show
Grimes-Beech and Griffin talk about their new CTV drama series The Detail, a female-driven reinvention of the classic police procedural.
Scovell's credits include The Simpsons, Murphy Brown and Late Night with David Letterman. She talks about what it's like being the only woman in the writers' room.
Veteran TV writer Nell Scovell talks about what it's like being the only woman in the writers' room. Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue shares her 'two goods and a bad' for the week. Actors Shenae Grimes-Beech and Angela Griffin discuss their new CTV drama series, The Detail, a female-driven reinvention of the classic police procedural.
Haigh talks about being known for his work with gay and lesbian characters in film, and why his new film, Lean On Pete, is unlike any of his past work.
Our q Junos panel weighs in on the pleasant surprises, upsets and a few special anniversaries associated with this year's awards ceremony.
Filmmaker Andrew Haigh talks about being known for his work with gay and lesbian characters in film, and why his new film, Lean On Pete, is unlike any of his past work. We assemble the q Junos panel to discuss the hits and misses from Canada's biggest night in music.
Tom Power takes the show on the road, visiting Vancouver's historic Vogue Theatre ahead of the 2018 Juno Awards. In this special live-audience taping, q is joined by guests Lights, k-os, playwright Jill Daum, Ruth B, Jann Arden and producer Bob Rock, comedian Ivan Decker, and q This with CBC’s Raina Douris, Odario Williams and Stephen Quinn.
March 22: From The Blair Witch Project to Soderbergh's Unsane, Joshua Leonard is a go-to guy for experimental cinema
Leonard's latest role is in Steven Soderbergh's iPhone-shot thriller, Unsane. He talks about what it's like to act in experimental films.
March 22: Ghost BFF creators Katie Nolan and Vanessa Matsui combat the stigma surrounding mental health through humour
Nolan and Matsui talk about their web series Ghost BFF, a dark comedy that tells the story of two best friends after one commits suicide.
March 22: 'It's gonna be great': Barenaked Ladies vocalist Ed Robertson opens up about reuniting with Steven Page
We checked in with Robertson to find out how he's feeling about reuniting with his former bandmate onstage at the 2018 Juno Awards.
Halliday talks to guest host Laurie Brown about her novel Asymmetry and its themes of power and empathy.