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So, who did let the dogs out?
A documentary deep-dive into the murky origins of the Baha Men’s smash hit arrives at FIN Atlantic International Film Festival
By Stephanie Johns
Tags: Arts + Culture, FIN AIFF, FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Film + TV
Film review: Black Cop
The Halifax-made film is briefly returning to theatres once again.
By Tara Thorne
Tags: Arts + Culture, #NSFilmJobs, Black Cop, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Cory Bowles, Film + TV, Jeff Wheaton, Ronnie Rowe Jr.
The Child Remains: Canadian Horror Story
Get dark with Michael Melski’s haunting retelling of a real-life local nightmare.
Tags: Arts + Culture, #NSFilmJobs, Allan Hawco, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Film + TV, Lesley Smith, Michael Melski, Republic of Doyle, Shelley Thompson, Suzanne Clément, The Child Remains
Lean On Pete’s heartbreaking journey
Filmmaker Andrew Haigh has created something unlike your typical horse movie.
By Rebecca Dingwell
Tags: Arts + Culture, film, Lean On Pete, Andrew Haigh, Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi, Chloe Sevigny, Travis Fimmel, Steve Zahn, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Film + TV, Video
A universal event
The searing documentary The Rape of Recy Taylor, opening the Halifax Black Film Festival, showcases a woman who spoke up in the most dangerous time.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Spatz Theatre, The Rape of Recy Taylor, Rosa Parks, Halifax Black Film Festival, Nancy Buirski, Black Cop, Cory Bowles, Oprah Winfrey, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Black Cultural Centre, Film + TV
The Atlantic Film Festival is FIN it to win it
The annual fest announces its new name, plans to take over Park Lane.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Film + TV, film, movies, AFF, Atlantic Film Festival, FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, FIN, Art Attack, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane
The Last Magnificent's Tower trip
The Bourdain-produced doc declares Jeremiah Tower the founding father of American cuisine. But is part of the narrative missing?
By Melissa Buote
Tags: Food + Drink Feature, Jeremiah Tower, Anthony Bourdain, Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane
Daniel MacIvor and Bruce McDonald’s gentle coming-of-age tale about rural NS teens comes to town.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Weirdos, Daniel MacIvor, Halifax Film, Bruce McDonald, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Film + TV
The feminist guide to summer screens
Indoor options for rainy days, sunburns and A/C seekers that don’t involve bros like Bourne and Ben Hur.
Tags: Visit Halifax, movies, TV, streaming, feminism, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Scotiabank Theatre, Sobey Building, Saint Mary's University, Hot Summer Guide
On Monday, you can see Prince's Purple Rain in theatres
Cineplex's features a one-night-only screening of the artist's 1984 rock-musical
By Adria Young
Tags: Music, Film, Music, On screens, Prince, Purple Rain, purple reign, Cineplex, one-night-only, The Scene, Cineplex Cinemas Parklane, Video
Who Let the Dogs Out
Fri., Sept. 13, 9 p.m. 2019
The Colour of Medicine screening
Sun., March 3, 7 p.m. 2019
Black Girl in Suburbia and 63 Boycott screening
Sun., March 3, 3 p.m. 2019
Weekly COVID deaths, cases and hospitalizations in NS (Aug 4 update)
“There will be some people that die from COVID”
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21