The evening was filled with drama, romance, humor, action and documentaries as the students featured various genres through their films.
The diminishing number of Toronto music venues appeared to receive a saving call in November 2016 when city councilors Josh Cole and John Fillion filed a motion asking encouragement to open more live venues and preserve the ones that exist.
There’s a reason the Humber alum is widely regarded as one of the best drummers in the world.
The sound of Bach’s D minor Solo Violin Partita filled the Humber Arboretum last week as Liberal Studies Professor Mark Whale played for an enthusiastic audience at the North campus Centre for Urban Ecology.
The original era of chokers, boy bands and tacky flavoured lip gloss, Life Underground is a fun and whimsical who-done-it play with a killer soundtrack.
Mike Downes’ fingers deftly fly around the fretboard as he performs the title track from his latest project Root Structure, his impassioned face wrenched in time with the groove being laid down by drummer Larnell Lewis.
A new movie about a gangster mayor who smokes crack is stirring up controversy for its resemblance to the life of the late Toronto mayor Rob Ford. Filth City is the indie feature that is drawing attention, for a variety of reasons, in the entertainment and political arenas of Toronto.
For the New York City jazz group Le Boeuf Brothers, popularity and selling tickets aren’t what they’re made out to be. Making and enjoying music is all that matters for them.