In our Pride Month episode of The Wider Lens, we sit down with Director Pat Mills, Picture Editor Maureen Grant, and Production Manager Moe Rai for a conversation about creativity and community.
Celebrate Pride Month with these DGC Ontario films and TV shows that embrace 2SLGBTQ+ stories! Whether you're looking for laughs, drama, or thought-provoking narratives, these diverse and empowering productions will entertain, educate, and inspire you. Check out our list of films and shows you can watch right now and some exciting upcoming productions coming soon.
Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker Tiffany Hsiung interviewed over twenty different experts to create the documentary segments of Jane that explore the…
DGC Ontario Director J Stevens (Sort Of, Slo Pitch, Astrid & Lily Save the World) wants to shake up Canadian screens, one 2SLGBTQ+ show at a time. Recently named one of Canada's 10 to Watch and a member of TIFF's 2022 Filmmaker Lab, we talk to J about the importance of stories that reflect our lived experiences and why working with a team of openly trans and non-binary people on the set of Sort Of was so special.
In our latest podcast episode, Stunt performer turned Director Tig Fong joins our host Annie Bradley for a conversation about their journey from stuntwork to directing on What We Do In The Shadows, publicly embracing their identity as a queer person of colour, and their personal mission to make the industry a more equitable place.
This Pride Month, we spoke to DGC Ontario Members who are spotlighting marginalized voices, changing our cultural perceptions of what it means to be part of the 2SLGBTQ community, and sharing queer stories of hope and resilience. In our latest Creative Spotlight, we speak to Director, Writer, Producer and Actor Sharon Lewis about her powerful documentary film With Wonder, which screened at the recent 2022 Inside Out Film Festival in Toronto and takes the viewer on an extraordinary journey to explore the intersection of the queer, Christian community of colour.
With the holiday season comes the great tradition of holiday rom-coms. Lifetime's latest is DGC Ontario Production Under the Christmas Tree, which has the exciting distinction of being Lifetime's first holiday film featuring a romance between two women.
In our third episode of WIDER LENS, we sit down with the creators of Sort Of, a groundbreaking new series from CBC & HBO Max.
CBC’s new dramatic comedy Sort Of is already breaking barriers, as lead actor Bilal Baig becomes the first queer South Asian Muslim to star in a Canadian primetime TV series. Sort Of, which premiered on CBC Gem on October 5th and will premiere on CBC and HBO Max in November, follows Sabi, a genderfluid Torontonian Millenial straddling various identities in an attempt to figure out who they really are.
Meet Emmy winning Schitt's Creek Director Andrew Cividino as he recounts that magical night.