PLAY Rebecca Ramon has worked as a director, editor, writer, producer and 2nd Assistant camera. She makes her feature film debut as an actress in the horror satire The 16th Episode, which was released June 28th. Darren Lynn Bousman is a director best known for his work on the Saw franchise and Repo: The Genetic […]
PLAY The Toronto rocker talks her new self-titled album, relocating back east after spending time on the West Coast, her new single There’s a Wall, and winning The DMDS-Yangaroo sponsored competition at CMW 2019!
PLAY Eve Harlow is a Leo Award-winning and Gemini nominated actress who has appeared in such TV series as The 100, Fringe, The Guard, The Farm, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She has a supporting role in the new film The Tomorrow Man starring John Lithgow and Blythe Danner. It is in theatres now. Teenage Bottlerocket […]
PLAY In 2015, Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava premiered their new, two-person show Mouthpiece. Director Patricia Rozema later saw a performance and declared to the performers that she wanted to adapt for the screen. Characters were expanded, a more linear plot was created, and the result was a brilliant story on the nature of grief […]
PLAY What is there to say about Lin Shaye? The scream queen has appeared in some of the most well-known and cult horror films and franchises including Nightmare on Elm Street, Critters, Ouija, and, most recently, the Insidious universe. She also has appeared in several comedies directed by the Farrelly brothers including Dumb & Dumber, […]
PLAY Korin Thomas-Smith is and up-and-coming Toronto baritone, who has participated in numerous operas throughout the city. He is currently performing in Against Nature, a dance-opera-theatre hybrid by choreographer James Kudelka at Citadel + Compagnie and featuring artistic director – and previous Endeavours guest – Laurence Lemieux. The show runs May 22-26 and May […]
PLAY Savannah Knoop is an artist, writer and storyteller. They are the co-writer of the film JT LeRoy, which in turn is based off of their memoir Girl Boy Girl, about how Knoop became the public face of “author” JT LeRoy, who in reality, was an elaborate hoax by writer Laura Albert – the then-boyfriend […]
PLAY Gary Burns is a Canadian filmmaker best known for the indie smash hit Waydowntown. His latest is Man Running, about a doctor who partakes in a gruelling 24 hour, 100 mile marathon to conquer his demons. Heather Dale is a Celtic singer-songwriter and musician, who has released 15 albums in a 20 year career. […]
PLAY They don’t make rock stars like Dave Hause anymore. The Philadelphia-raised blends his decidedly old-school Springsteenesque brand of punk-fueled rock songs, with commentary on modern politics and what it means to survive. Together with his younger brother Tim, Hause has crafted a lyrically bold yet sensitive album in “Kick”, which strings together his feelings […]
PLAY Kevin Hearn is best known as a member of Canada’s iconic Barenaked Ladies, but he has also had a distinguished solo career as well as been a member of Look People, and The Rheostatics. For Record Store Day 2019, he released a limited-edition vinyl – in which all proceeds go to charity – that […]
PLAY In February 2018, Agnes Varda was a guest on Endeavours to talk about her documentary Faces Places, which had been nominated for a Best Feature Documentary Academy Award. Three months earlier in November, she had received an honorary Oscar at the Governor’s Awards. She was oldest competitive nominee in history. Ms. Varda passed away […]
PLAY Dave Sheridan is an actor, writer, musician and comedian who got his start as an intern on Saturday Night Live, as well as working for Second City. He made his film debut as Officer Doofy in the cult hit Scary Movie. He has also appeared in Ghost World, Corky Romano, Victor Crowley, and created […]
PLAY Jill Carter is a writer, director and script supervisor. Her new series is The Murders, which premiered March 25th and airs Mondays at 9pm on CityTV. Catherine Legge is a long time journalist and a factual series director who has worked on such series as Still Standing and The Nature of Things. Her debut […]
PLAY As an actor, Gord Rand has appeared in numerous Canadian film and television productions. As a writer and director, he has staged several successful theatre productions, including Pond Life, which he recently adapted into a film starring Everything Sucks and Grey’s Anatomy actress Peyton Kennedy. The film opened March 22.
PLAY Charles Officer is a Canadian filmmaker, writer, director and occasional actor. He has directed episodes of many series including 21 Thunder, Saving Hope and Rookie Blue. His first film was superb Canadian feature Nurse. Fighter. Boy. Since then he has made the transition to documentaries with Mighty Jerome, The Skin We’re In, and Unarmed […]