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<Mohawk Girls premieres Sunday Nov. 23>

(November 21, 2014 - Toronto, ON) Anyone who pays attention to Canadian news will be familiar with the word Kahnawake. No matter what side of Canadian justice you come down on, chances are good you wouldn't associate the name of the Mohawk Territory on the south shore of the St. Lawrenbce River near Montreal with comedy. Yet, that's exactly what Mohawk Girls is. Created and directed by award-winning Tracey Deer, Mohawk Girls is the first TV comedy series ever made in Kahnawake.Arrow



<Get tickets to Air Farce New Year's Eve> (November 19, 2014 - Toronto, ON) It's that time of the year again. For the past few weeks all the signs have been pointing to this one, terrific, annual event. Snow has fallen somewhere if not everywhere in the country, the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto has happened, you can't get near a shopping mall parking lot and it seems as if every street in every city is festooned in cool holiday stuff. But more important than all that... it's the run-up to the annual Royal Canadian Air Farce New Year's Eve Show. And you might get to see it live.Arrow
<Maps to the Stars, Now Playing> Now Playing:
David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars continues playing. It costars Mia Wasikowska who plays the role Agatha Weiss, an assistant to Julianne Moore's character, fading actress Havana Segrand. Agatha's 13-year-old brother Benjie is a child star who recently got out of drug rehab. When her father, Dr. Stafford Weiss (John Cusack), a TV psychotherapist finds out Agatha has returned to Los Angeles, he demands that she leave town. Meanwhile, Agatha strikes up a friendship with an aspiring actor-screenwriter, Jerome (Robert Pattinson), who works as a limo driver.Click here to watch a trailer for Maps to the Stars. Click here for more movies Now Playing.Arrow
<Heartbeat, opening November 28> Coming Soon:
Andrea Dorfman's new film, Heartbeat opens in limited release on November 28. Justine, played by Tanya Davis, is paralyzed by stage fright. She gave up her dream of becoming a singer-songwriter and tucked her heart away, ignoring what it was desperately trying to tell her: that in order to live, it needs to beat. Now accustomed to avoiding what makes her heart beat, it seems as if every aspect of Justine's life seems stuck. Click here to watch a trailer for Heartbeat, opening November 28. And click here for more movies Coming Soon.Arrow


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