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Episode 113 – Isabel Oliver Marcus, Bill Sorvino

4/18/2018
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PLAY This Is Us star Isabel Oliver Marcus talks about joining the cast for season 2, working on a hit show, Jack’s death and adventures in babysitting. Bill Sorvino is acting royalty, with his uncle Paul being a renowned character actor and cousin Mira an Oscar winner. Bill has forged his own path, mainly through […]

Duration:00:52:51

Episode 112 – Samantha Weinstein

4/10/2018
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PLAY As a child actress, Sam Weinstein starred in such films as Toronto Stories and Jesus Henry Christ opposite Toni Collette and Michael Sheen, as well Siblings, The Stone Angel and TV Series Being Erica and Less Than Kind. As an adult, she has appeared as Heather in Carrie, Brooke in Reign, and Effie in […]

Duration:02:11:05

Episode 111 – Stephen Campanelli, To The Trees

4/7/2018
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PLAY Stephen Campanelli is a filmmaker and longtime camera operator in Clint Eastwood’s crew. He has also directed two films, the most recent of which is Indian Horse, based on the novel by acclaimed Canadian author Richard Wagamese. The film tells the story of a young boy surviving the residential school system by falling in […]

Duration:00:57:48

Episode 109 – David Mickey Evans, Erik Gronwall

3/30/2018
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PLAY Happy opening day! The 2018 Major League Baseball season is officially here. I probably care more about baseball and the Blue Jays than I do about film. For the one baseball show this year, I am joined by David Mickey Evans, writer-director of the classic baseball film The Sandlot which is celebrating its 25th […]

Duration:00:57:15

Episode 108 – Lee Doud, Dave Moffatt

3/27/2018
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PLAY Lee Doud is currently starring in season 2 of I’m Fine, now streaming on Dekko. He also co-starred in the indie feature “KTown Cowboys” and has guested on the TV Series “Californication”, “House of Lies” and “Last Man Standing”. He recently contributed a piece to the advocate entitled “The Gay Community’s Fear and […]

Duration:00:57:05

Episode 107 – Daniel Roebuck

3/17/2018
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PLAY Daniel Roebuck has been a noted character actor for over thirty years, ever since he made his debut in Cavegirl in 1985. Since then he has worked with a who’s who of film stars including Keanu Reeves, Helen Hunt, Ed O’Neill, Jamie Lee Curtis, Harrison Ford and Charlie Sheen, and has appeared in such […]

Duration:00:52:20

Episode 106 – Ann Shin, The Discarded

3/14/2018
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PLAY Ann Shin talks about her inspiring documentary My Enemy, My Brother. The Discarded on being a punk-rock family band.

Duration:00:56:04

Episode 104 – Nabil Rajo & Jahmil French, The Real McKenzies

3/6/2018
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PLAY The Canadian Screen Awards take place on Sunday and two of the stars from the independent film Boost – Nabil Rajo and Jahmil French – have both been nominated, in the categories of Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor respectively. They talk about why the film – which tells the story of two young […]

Duration:00:59:05

Episode 103 – The Oscars Nominees ft. Agnes Varda & Ziad Doueiri

3/3/2018
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PLAY I love movies, and I love the Oscars. I’m not a big fan of AMPAS and it’s culture, but I do enjoy the pomp and circumstance surrounding film’s biggest night. It’s the 90th anniversary this year and two nominees are on the show: Agnes Varda – nominated for Best Documentary Feature – Faces, […]

Duration:00:56:08

Episode 101 – Odario Williams

2/24/2018
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PLAY Odario Williams is an MC, DJ, Hip Hop artist and radio personality. He hosts Afterdark on CBC radio every weeknight from 8pm-midnight and is a regular contributor to q with Tom Power. He is also the founder of the hip hop collective Grand Analog, whose new EP, Survival, was released on January 26th and […]

Duration:00:50:26

Episode 100 – Dennis Lee, Moscow Apartment

2/20/2018
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PLAY Dennis Lee is responsible for some of the most iconic Children’s poetry in Canadian History – Alligator Pie, Garbage Delight, Jelly Belly to name a few – but he has also written prose, adult poetry, and edited collections of Essays. In 1972, he was awarded the Governor General’s Award for Civil Elegies and Other […]

Duration:00:59:22

Episode 099 – Andray Domise

2/16/2018
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PLAY Black Panther. It’s one of the most anticipated movies of the year. Shaping up to be the best film in the MCU, activist and writer Andray Domise stops by to chat about why this film is so important for black youth, and for our larger cultural identity. From a cinematic perspective, what makes […]

Duration:01:33:13

Episode 098 – Charlie Kerr

2/14/2018
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Charlie Kerr is an actor, musician, and playwright. His new film, Lost Solace, is on iTunes and VOD and his play After Wrestling – co-written with best friend and fellow actor Bryce Hodgson – runs from March 1-18th at the Storefront Theatre in Toronto. He also talks about his music career, in both JPNGRLS and […]

Duration:01:19:54

Episode 097 – Glenn Morshower, Nova Bhattacharya, Rose-Erin Stokes

2/10/2018
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PLAY Glenn Morshower may be best known to audiences as Agent Aaron Pierce on the hit TV series 24. In a career playing many authority figures, he shows off a bit of a sinister side in the new film Bomb City, based on the true story of the murder of Brian Deneke in Amarillo, Texas […]

Duration:01:15:08

Episode 096 – Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood, Trevor Strong

2/6/2018
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Not all heroes wear capes. That is what my friend posted on facebook when I mentioned I would be interviewing my first guest. Colin Mochrie has been making Canadians, Americans, and Brits laugh for close to 30 years thanks to his stints on three different versions of the improv comedy show “Whose Line Is It […]

Duration:01:00:27

Episode 095 – Mark DeBonis

2/2/2018
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PLAY When is the right time to make a career move? For Mark DeBonis, that time is now. He has been doing stand-up in Toronto for about a decade and is performing two farewell shows before he treks west to Los Angeles. He also has comedy EP out – The Man With a Thousand Words. […]

Duration:01:02:05

Episode 094 – Wes Studi, Mitchell Cushman, Danielle Duval

1/30/2018
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PLAY Actor Wes Studi talks his new film Hostiles, making it period accurate, parallels between 1892 and now and his love of comedy. Theatre director Mitchell Cushman on bringing Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem to Canada and directing Sons of Anarchy star Kim Coates, who returns to the stage of 30 years. Danielle Duval speaks about her […]

Duration:01:12:35

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