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John Powers, co-author of WKW: The Cinema of Wong Kar-wai, presents us with a gateway to the films of the famous Hong Kong director.
Actor and comedian TJ Miller discusses his upcoming movie roles, leaving HBO's Silicon Valley and how he balances all of that while doing live standup comedy.
Director Taika Waititi on how he went from making independent films to taking on Thor: Ragnarok. The Rural Alberta Advantage's Nils Edenloff gives us his Fort McMurray block party playlist. Musician Julien Baker opens up about her honest songwriting.
Nov. 1: Taika Waititi thought Thor: Ragnarok would be a 'career-ender' — turns out it's the opposite
Director Taika Waititi started out making small indie films in New Zealand. Now, he has quickly become a name to be reckoned with thanks to his latest project, Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok.
q book contributor Jael Richardson shares her book pick of the week. Today, she discusses Sheena Kamal's The Lost Ones.
The Rural Alberta Advantage frontman Nils Edenloff shares a playlist of songs that remind him of his hometown of Fort McMurray, Alta.
Nov. 1: 'I create songs that others can inhabit': Julien Baker connects with fans through honest songwriting
Musician Julien Baker opens up about the personal nature of her songwriting and how she channelled all of that into her newest album, Turn Out the Lights.
Mr. D star Gerry Dee looks ahead to the new season of his CBC show. Director and composer John Carpenter looks back at some of his biggest film scores including Halloween. UCLA professor Tananarive Due on her Get Out-inspired black horror course.
Mr. D star and creator Gerry Dee discusses the CBC series' latest season, and also why he continues to do stand-up in addition to running a show.
Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue will be detailing her experiences baking along with CBC's The Great Canadian Baking Show, a show based on the original hit British series.
Director and composer John Carpenter looks back at some of his most influential films and scores, including the classic slash flick Halloween.
UCLA Professor Tananarive Due breaks down her class, The Sunken Place: Racism, Survival and Black Horror Aesthetic, which was inspired by Jordan Peele's horror hit, Get Out.
Actor Denis O'Hare opens up about his latest role as Edgar Allen Poe. Artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory gives us her Iqaluit block party. Drummer Patty Schemel discusses addiction and playing in Hole in her new memoir.
Actor Denis O'Hare plays Edgar Allan Poe in the new PBS documentary, Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive. Today, he looks at the life and work of the famous poet.
q contributors Amanda Joy and John Semley take a look at the success of some of this year's biggest horror films like Get Out and It.
Mask dancer and visual artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory picks songs that remind her of her home of Iqaluit.
Drummer Patty Schemel, best known as a member of '90s rock band Hole, is putting out a new memoir called Hit So Hard: A Memoir, about her rise as a musician in the Seattle grunge scene.
Comedian Tom Green discusses his upcoming Las Vegas residency. Writer Anthony DeCurtis presents a guide to the life and music of Lou Reed. CBC host Amanda Parris opens up about her debut play, The Other Side of the Game.
Canadian comedian Tom Green talks about his upcoming standup residency in Las Vegas.
Rock critic and author of a new Lou Reed biography, Anthony DeCurtis, takes us through the music of the famous rock star.