Culture Days 2012 - Spreading Culture Across Canada
Culture Days announces its third year, with thousands of free hands-on activities happening simultaneously across Canada beginning on September 28, 2012.
zeeBigBang attended the Culture Days media preview earlier this week at the new Regent Park Arts and Cultural Centre. Performing at the preview were Regent Park dance artists from COBA and Juno Award-Winning musician Sean Jones.
Andre Castro working on a live graffiti mural at the Culture Days media launch.
Cirque du Soleil from the Perspective of a Performer
Cirque du Soleil opens in Toronto next week with their newest show, Amaluna.
zeeBigBang spoke with performer, Andreanne Nadeau, about what it’s like to be part of Cique du Soleil and what makes Amaluna so unique to other Cirque du Soleil shows.
Engineering Brings Dragons to Life in How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular
Punjabi cinema brings stars to Toronto
The first annual Punjabi International Film Academy Awards (PIFAA) are taking place this Saturday, August 4 and bringing some of the biggest stars in Punjabi and South Asian cinema to Toronto.
Spanish presence at CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival
Presencia española en el CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival
They Stay For Dinner is the only Spanish film selected for the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival held in Toronto, Canada. ZeeBigBang spoke to Spanish director Carlos Villaverde before its premier today at 4:30pm at Isabel Bader Theatre.
Se quedan a cenar es la única película hispana seleccionada para el CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival de Toronto, Canadá. zeeBigBang ha hablado con el director español, Carlos Villaverde, antes del estreno de la misma hoy a las 4:30pm en el Isabel Bader Theatre.
Location, Cast and Crew create Comedic Success with Josh Levy’s The Immigrant
Laughter Without Borders at the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival
CFC’s Celebrity Shorts Program - “The Beaufort Diaries”
Explore the hidden world of the textile industry with “Unravel”
zeeBigBang spoke to director, Meghna Gupta about her new documentary, Unravel.
Every year 100,000 tonnes of used clothing arrives in Panipat, a small town in Northern India. The large colorful bundles of clothing are castoffs from the western world. The clothes are not for people to wear, but are transformed into blankets for others to use.
Cavalia’s Odysseo brings a dazzling showcase of equestrian arts to Toronto
Cavalia’s Odysseo officially hits Toronto tomorrow, with a larger than life show featuring an exhibition of acrobatics, visual effects, music, and horses.
zeeBigBang got to chat with some of the stars of the show, including the Founder and Artistic Director of Cavalia and Odysseo, Normand Latourelle.
“I call it a 5-D show … It’s the 3-D IMAX movie, with live action in front of it, so you get the feeling that the set goes on forever.” said Latourelle.