What began as a labour of love theatre project for students of The MusicBox in CBS evolved into a film created by some very enthusiastic folklore-loving volunteers
Brett Vey runs a small business in the town of Conception Bay South. “I have a music degree, and I opened
NL’s rising Comedian tells The Herald her favourite comedies
One of the fastest rising comics living and working in Newfoundland and Labrador today, Vicky Mullaley has quickly become must-see viewing thanks to her relatable stand up and series of viral social media videos and posts.
From songs and satires
Director Adriana Maggs delves deep into her emotional and stirring portrait of the pain and passion of hockey legend Terry Sawchuk
Adriana Maggs is what folks in the entertainment industry world call a multi-threat.
Occasional actor, director, writer and producer, Maggs has clocked considerable hours across film and television
From beloved standout in Republic of Doyle, to lead in the emotional biopic Goalie, Paradise native Mark O’Brien remains humble through his ascent to stardom
Perhaps quietly, Paradise’s own Mark O’Brien has had one of the most impressive rise through the ranks of Hollywood of just about any Newfoundlander
The king of comics, Stan Lee passed away on November 12 at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy that, like his characters, leaps off the page
When we think of superpowers, comic book heroes, and brightly coloured, larger-than-life characters, we think of Marvel Comics. Spider-Man,
Local filmmaker Deanne Foley doubles down at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival with a pair of high profile features
You don’t hear of this very often. A local filmmaker opening AND closing a festival. It’s rare, like unicorns and sasquatches, but when you’re good you’re good, and