The TFS List: can’t-miss Canadian cinematic television

Cinema Revisited: Quentin Tarantino goes primetime with “Grave Danger”

Media Impact: Canadian content laws for theatres

Essential Canadian Cinema: Brain Candy

Sharing screens: the connected universe of Marvel Studios

The resurrection and reinvention of Hannibal Lecter

Excuse the interruption: the differences and similarities between film and TV fandom

Cutting the cable: why film is still superior to television

Did television kill the romantic comedy? A murder mystery in one act

Cashing in on nostalgia: TV shows made into movies (and vice versa)

What Louis C.K. can teach comedy screenwriters and filmmakers

Made in Canada: the Canadian TV production boom

Where the grass is greener: film auteurs moving to television

R for realism: looking at the TIFF Cinematheque program I for Iran

Not everybody pays: interview with Harold Crooks, director of The Price We Pay

A hat tip to David Lynch, the grandfather of the cinematic television drama

Around the track: an interview with Tony Girardin, director of Marinoni

Playing the long game: Lee Daniels’ Empire and synonyms for American culture