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The Canadian indie, which also stars Rachel Wilson and Rossif Sutherland, is shooting in Toronto through the end of November. Chloe Rose has been tapped as the lead in Bruce McDonald 's Hellions zombie thriller. Rose will play a pregnant teen faced
The Little Film Company has acquired the international sales rights to Bruce McDonald' s The Husband , which had its world bow at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 9. Canadian distributor A71 Productions acquiring the Canadian rights
Look before you leap in online love, the family of a terminally ill Christchurch woman is advising after she lost more than $160,000 in a dating scam. Liz lost the money between 2007 and 2009 after meeting someone claiming to be an engineer from
On a quick cigarette break outside the government liquor store in Tsawwassen where he works, Tony Kirkham is getting cranked up talking about the big guys crushing the little guys. It is days before the official start of the provincial election
Delta council has unanimously approved a proposal to build a 37-storey apartment tower on busy Scott Road to spur densification in a commercial area it says is well-equipped with amenities...Bruce McDonald said council approved Blexo Developments'
President Lee Digges started McDonald off by asking questions, but then the longtime resident held a captive and laughing audience with his comparisons to "then and now."...People used to turn beer bottles upside down and dig them into the dirt to
After more than four years as general manager of the Hyatt Regency Sarasota, Mark Becker is leaving Southwest Florida for Minneapolis. Becker will assume the same position with the 533-room Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Minneapolis, beginning Sept.
Movie Review Playing the Blues While Inside Prison Walls Music From the Big House,' by Bruce McDonald Published: June 3, 2012 Sabre Walker Rita Chiarelli in a film about an inmates' concert at the Louisiana State Penitentiary. The mostly soul, blues
Die Mannequin on the red carpet before the 2011 Juno Awards at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. From Friday's Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 13, 2012 12:00AM EDT More than a decade and a half after Bruce McDonald's Hard Core Logo , we now
Sure, he looks laid back with that straw cowboy hat and pie-eating grin, but Bruce McDonald is a deep puddle of angst these days. The Canadian director who redefined Canadian cinema for a new generation with Roadkill, Highway 61, Hard Core Logo and