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  • AMELIA CURRAN Releases WATERSHED

    Released in North America on March 10, 2017 it is the followup to the widely praised They Promised You Mercy (2014), which earned Curran multiple East Coast Music Awards including Songwriter of the Year and both Polaris Music Prize and JUNO Award nominations. Watershed is eleven songs, which Curran co-produced in Toronto with Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Jill Barber, Elliott Brood) at Union Sound Company, over the summer and fall of 2016...

  • JANE MAGGS Bringing Up BELLEVUE

    We catch up to the Corner Brook, NL native to get the inside scoop on her mysterious new CBC series - from concept to 'greenlight', casting, script development and more! PLUS the extended trailer for the first season of BELLEVUE...

  • SHAWN DOYLE Stars in BELLEVUE

    We catch up to the award winning and always in demand NL actor to get the scoop on his cool and creepy new series. From script development to his multi-layered character, to the East Coast cast and crew. Click through for that and more plus the extended trailer too!!!

  • “AWAY FROM EVERYWHERE” Set for Theatrical Release

    After a successful festival run - Justin Simms' film AWAY FROM EVERYWHERE starring NL's Shawn Doyle and Joanne Kelly along with Jason Priestley will be hitting theatres this March. We've the cities and dates along with the film's trailer. Have a look...

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AMELIA CURRAN Releases WATERSHED

Released in North America on March 10, 2017 it is the followup to the widely praised They Promised You Mercy (2014), which earned Curran multiple East Coast Music Awards including Songwriter of the Year and both Polaris Music Prize and JUNO Award nominations. Watershed is eleven songs, which Curran co-produced in Toronto with Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Jill Barber, Elliott Brood) at Union Sound Company, over the summer and fall of 2016...


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“MIRACLES HAPPEN: The Rendell Drover Story”

The story of a tragic event that happened in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland and Labrador, in 2010. On August 13, Rendell Drover, a respected fisherman in the community, was injured in an industrial accident that nearly claimed his life. In this memoir, Rendell’s wife, Janice, recalls in heartbreaking detail the weeks and months that followed. Throughout his recovery, Rendell underwent a series of dangerous medical procedures . . . and lived. Doctors agreed his survival was nothing short of miraculous.