The nominees for this year’s Writers’ Trust Awards have been announced; here are the finalists.
In Wednesday’s National Post, I sit down with Kenneth Oppel to talk about his latest book, This Dark Endeavour.
In today’s National Post I sit down with bestselling mystery writer Louise Penny to talk about her latest book, A Trick of the Light.
In Saturday’s National Post I profile legendary Canadian editor and publisher Douglas Gibson, who has just released his memoirs, Stories About Storytellers.
Jeez, that’s a mouthful. Here are the nominees, anyways.
The timing of Gary Hustwit’s new documentary, Urbanized, couldn’t be better considering what’s happening in Toronto. I sat down with the director while he was in town for TIFF. Also, I report from the Page Eight press conference.
Earlier this week, I sat down with Marjane Satrapi and her co-director Vincent Paronnaud to talk about their new movie, Chicken With Plums, based on Satrapi’s graphic novel of the same name.
Roger Ebert’s memoirs, Life Itself, come out today, and I recently had the chance to interview him about the book. Also: I sit down with documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield to talk about his new Sarah Palin doc, and report from the Like Crazy press conference.
A report from the press conference for Michael Fassbender’s new film, Shame.