Purple Kisses depicts the story of a young woman who is desperately trying to navigate through life while in an abusive marriage without any support from her immediate family, as seen through the eyes of writer and cinematographer Maryam Ejaz.
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Over the past two decades, the number of Canadians who have been to college has doubled. Press reporter Ewan Kennedy went down to Baker’s Park to ask the people of Calgary a question: What is [ READ MORE ]
Second-year students in SAIT’s Radio, Television, and Broadcast News program run SAIT’s radio station and online campus show, which provide a unique, hands-on learning experience regarding all aspects of a radio, news, or television production. [ READ MORE ]
With filming for major television and film projects resuming post-pandemic, it seems the future for Alberta and its part in movie magic is just as bright as ever. The COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on [ READ MORE ]
While the Toronto International Film Festival may draw worldwide attention, the Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) has been quietly building its own reputation as a showcase of wide-ranging, exceptional films. Part of the appeal for younger, edgier audiences is the long-running Late Show series, which showcases the oddball genre movies that don’t fit into any of the festival’s very diverse categories. [ READ MORE ]