On The Screen

Profile: Jared Raab

Photographer / Jalani Morgan Assistants / Hansel Alanzo and Lorne Bradley Jared Raab’s filmography is vast and fascinating. He has been putting out experimental music videos for some of Canada’s quickest-growing talent – bands like Diamond Rings, Young Empires, OhBijou, Snailhouse, The Arkells and Born Ruffians. But he’s also got his hands deep into other areas of film production and editing. I sat down with him to talk about his work to date and upcoming releases. We also talked about …

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Feature: Charlie Carrick

A Simple Man When it comes to his acting career, TIFF Rising Star Charlie Carrick is nothing but himself. Photographer / Jalani Morgan | Stylist / Terri Dacquisto (Plutino Group) + Grooming / Bree Powell using M.A.C Cosmetics (Plutino Group) —- “When I was 11 or 12, my first football team had this manager, a guy called Harry Harrison,” 26-year-old English actor Charlie Carrick tells me, “During practice, he used to smoke, like, 80 cigarettes, sitting on this overturned milk …

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Profile: Jahmil French

Make Me Blink Jahmil French talks fearlessness, seizing opportunities and expressing himself as a multi-disciplinary artist. Photographer / Simon Mohos + Grooming / Tami El Sombati —- It’s difficult to make Jahmil French flinch. The 21-year-old Toronto native has an unnerving confidence that allows him to hold his own, no matter what form of art he is expressing himself through. The actor first appeared on television at the age of 16 in a guest appearance on CTV’s Flashpoint and then …

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Catch Up: Katie Boland

It has been one year, two months and several notable projects like The Master and Sex After Kids, since I sat down with Katie Boland in a Queen East coffee shop and to keep a long story short, she’s been busy. Currently working on a webseries titled Long Story, Short, an adaptation of her collection of personal essays, Boland is working alongside her mother, filmmaker Gail Harvey, to bring the story of a young woman during a rowdy summer full …

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Catch Up: Sam Catalfamo

Director Sam Catalfamo was first featured in our Winter 2010 Issue. Since then he has created a wide range of different films and we were intrigued to know more about each of them. When he invited us to this past Saturday’s exclusive screening, we we’re thrilled to have a chance to see each of his three shorts in their entirety. Unfortunately, life prevented us from doing so, but we made sure to ask Sam a few questions anyways; we didn’t …

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What’s In A Name?

Named after American silent film actress ZaSu Pitts, it’s not hard to see that Miss Myers was destined for a life in film, but not the life you might expect. The fact that she landed on the other side of the camera – production design – is another story completely. A crafty and art-filled upbringing, a short-stint in pastry arts and one fateful day with Annie Leibovitz have all contributed to the strong-willed, artistic fire-cracker she is today. There’s no doubt …

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