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Meet Anthony Gonzalez, the 13-year-old star of Disney-Pixar's new film Coco. Author Oliver Jeffers explains how his son inspired his latest book. Writer Susan Coyne brings Charles Dickens' personal life to the big screen in The Man Who Invented Christmas.
Anthony Gonzalez is the star of Disney-Pixar's new animated film, Coco. Hear the incredible story of how he scored this big role.
q contributors Amanda Joy and Eli Glasner discuss Rotten Tomatoes' delayed release of Justice League's score, the end of the Mindy Project and Canada's Most Memorable TV Thing.
Illustrator and author Oliver Jeffers opens up about the personal motivation behind his latest kids book, Here we Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth.
Writer Susan Coyne brings the story behind Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol onto the big screen in the upcoming film, The Man Who Invented Christmas.
Actor Eric McCormack on finding variety in his acting and the return of Will & Grace. Authors Madeleine Thien and Catherine Leroux take the reins for the Canadian issue of Granta. Buffy Sainte-Marie brings music to a new generation of activists.
Nov. 17: The many sides of Eric McCormack, from performing in Stratford to Will & Grace's wild success
Actor Eric McCormack discusses the return of NBC's popular sitcom Will & Grace, being honoured at the Stratford Festival and his latest film role in the Canadian indie, Considering Love and Other Magic.
q This's Raina Douris and Odario Williams review new music from Mavis Staples and Morrissey.
Canadian authors Madeleine Thien and Catherine Leroux were tapped to edit the Canadian issue of the British literary magazine, Granta. They discuss the process of sorting through 1,000 submissions.
Legendary Canadian musician Buffy Sainte-Marie opens up about her new album, Medicine Songs, and what she wants to pass on to the next generation of musicians and activists.
Musician Jack Antonoff opens up about songwriting and working with some of pop's biggest stars. Dancer Siphesihle November details his journey from South Africa to the National Ballet of Canada. Kasper Collin pays tribute to a jazz legend in his new doc.
Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff opens up about songwriting, his band Bleachers' latest album and working with some of pop's biggest names, from Tegan and Sara to Taylor Swift.
Dancer Siphesihle November details his journey, from his days performing hip-hop in South Africa to now being a corps member of the National Ballet of Canada.
Director Kasper Collin's new documentary, I Called Him Morgan, takes a look at the life of jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan and his wife Helen, who shot him dead in 1972.
Author Jason Reynolds explains why he wants to honour the 'pain of young people' in his writing. Kristopher Traquair prepares for the Karaoke World Championships. Director Lucy Morrison explains the gender power dynamics in the new play, Manwatching.
Author Jason Reynolds opens up about his entry into the world of literature, why he wants to write books that relate to young readers, and his latest novel, Long Way Down.
q book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her book recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss Michelle Berry's new thriller, The Prisoner and the Chaplain.
Competitive karaoke singer Kristopher Traquair discusses the sport of karaoke singing and competing in the upcoming Karaoke World Championships.
Lucy Morrison is the director of a new theatre production called Manwatching, written by an anonymous woman, that calls on male comedians to perform a script they've never seen before about heterosexual female desire.
Author Philip Pullman returns to the world of His Dark Materials in his new book trilogy. Author Heather O'Neill gives us her block party playlist for Montreal's Plateau. Comedian Judah Friedlander on bringing more politics into his stand-up.