Live Broadcast: America Votes
On the evening of November 8th, you are invited to view the results of one of the most important elections in modern history on our big screen.
A critical part of Inuit life, seal hunting has long been the target of animal rights campaigns—now, a new generation of Inuit bring their own voices into the conversation in this top audience pick at the 2016 Hot Docs festival.
In a madcap art world obsessed with money, fame and hype, how does an artist driven by justice, defiance and his own singular style thrive? Meet the rebellious New York artist Robert Cenedella, an undeniably provocative and rabble-rousing character.
Discover the sprawling Brutalist achievement of architecture and art in the heart of London. The Barbican Centre hosts concerts, theatre performances, film screenings and art exhibitions, alongside a library, restaurants, a conservatory and a residential estate.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
Academy Award–winning director Ron Howard brings us Beatlemania at its absolute zenith, complete with screaming fans and a beaming foursome of Liverpudlians belting out their oh-so beloved hits from Rubber Soul, Help! and A Hard Day's Night.
Command and Control
Unbeknownst to the public, a chilling and Dr. Strangelovian nightmare played out near the end of the Cold War, when human error caused an explosion at the Titan II nuclear site in Arkansas. How do you manage weapons of mass destruction without being destroyed by them?
Culture Workers Unwind: September event
Join us for the second Culture Workers Unwind event, featuring a discussion with the representatives from OCAD, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Soulpepper Theatre Company.
Curious Minds: America Votes – Making Sense of the US Presidential Election
Former CBC Washington Correspondent and leading broadcaster Alison Smith breaks down the ongoing political spectacle taking place in our neighbour to the south.