Making Brown Skin Beautiful on Screen
The Juggernaut
September 29, 2022

Picture Tree Intl. Boards Toronto Entry ‘This Place,’ Debuts Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)
September 6, 2022

The 'scrappy' route for first-time Canadian filmmakers to land a TIFF premiere
CBC Entertainment
September 3, 2022

TIFF 2022: This Place is about community and allyship
NOW Toronto
September 5, 2022

11 Women-Directed Films to Watch at TIFF 2022
Elle Canada
August 29, 2022

Elegance Bratton’s ‘The Inspection’, Trans Films 'Joyland' 'Something You Said Last Night' and 'The People's Joker,' Among Many Queer Films Join Billy Eichner’s ‘Bros’ At Toronto International Film Festival
August 5, 2022

TIFF Unveils Midnight, Discovery, and Wavelengths Lineups, from ‘The Al Yankovic Story’ to Ti West’s ‘Pearl’
August 4, 2022

TIFF Unveils Discovery & Wavelengths Sections
August 4, 2022

From a new generation of South Asian filmmakers, culturally nuanced stories with universal appeal
CBC News - Entertainment
March 13, 2022

We celebrate and amplify women 365 days a year
March 8, 2022

Eight women directors selected for Academy development program
September 9, 2021

In brief: CFC unveils 2021 Film Program participants
January 21, 2021

'You tend to believe and accept that you're invisible:' Three Canadian women pushing for more diverse, inclusive filmmaking
Yahoo! Life
September 19, 2020

Inside Out LGBTQ Film Festival Unveils Recipients For Re:Focus Emergency Relief Fund
July 9, 2020

RBC extends TIFF content program
Media in Canada
September 9, 2019

Celebs Hit the Red Carpet This Weekend, but the Fight for Equality Was the Real Star of TIFF
Flare Magazine
September 10, 2018

Some Of Your Fave Skin Care Companies Sell Skin Lightening Products
Buzzfeed News
October 10, 2017

Better Speak: Solidarity in action, not in words
Young Feminist Wire
April 11, 2017

How feminist art can rock at CSW
Young Feminist Wire
March 10, 2017

Canadians Of Colour Talk Racism, Self-Care And Driving Change
Huffington Post Canada
March 21, 2016

Fair Enough: skin-lightening is potentially hazardous, politically charged―and disturbingly popular

Toronto Life
March 21, 2015

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