For the first time, on TV1, viewers will be taken behind-the-scenes at TIFF as etalk’s hosts and producers give viewers a glimpse of all the behind-the-scenes action, and what it takes to cover one of the world’s biggest film festivals. From exclusive interviews to parties and red carpet events, this two-part documentary-style etalk Presents: TIFF 2015 special is available only on Fibe TV, channel 1.
Whether you’re on your own, in a group or with the family, there are many fun activities to do in town as host Jess Abran explains while she visits the different boroughs of Montreal and tells us about the interesting locations to visit in the city!
Some of the most internationally acclaimed and sought-out film directors’ hail from the province of Quebec and Montreal. The Reverse Angle is a television show made up of several videos that profiles Montreal’s budding and next-generation student filmmakers. It shares their filmmaking roots, journeys and inspirations, along with the experiences behind their work, in a conversational and intimate way. The Reverse Angle is made to showcase Montreal’s local film talent, as well as inspire and inform likeminded student filmmakers who are looking to relate to their peers and make their break into the student filmmaking scene.
This television series focus on Montreal’s artists that are new and established: the artist’s past, their current career and their future. We aim to understand where they came from and where they are going. It’s an opportunity to explore their universe: their team, their mentors and everything and everyone surrounding their musical endeavors.
Tired of talk shows filled with smiling over-achievers? Vincent Valentino uses his odd-ball sense of humour and impulse for honesty to interview some of the city’s most colourful characters. From small town business owners to small time crooks, Vincent’s approach is as unconventional as his guests. Many of these people are overcoming great odds to achieve modest success. Others are still looking for a way up… or a way out.
Geneviève Langlois roams Montreal's neighborhoods to test people's knowledge on the subjects of hockey, the Montreal Canadiens and the contents of 24CH's last episode. The participants' goal? To reach the end of the third period without too many wrong answers — otherwise, they're eliminated! 24CH also profiles talented young hockey players who talk about their passion for sport and their dream of playing in the NHL. And this year, 24CH will unveil a new and exciting segment!
A mix of food and fun with a distinctly local flavor! Om Nom Ottawa profiles local food producers to find out what’s grown, raised and prepared in the city, while satirizing foodie culture with irreverent sketches and a wildly energetic host – Eva Bee.
Cockfight tells the story of the Chiavetti brothers: three hard-luck foster kids who have grown up to be adult rabble-rousers. Charlie has a broken heart, August has a crush at work, and Mike has a scheme: he's bought a fighting rooster and is convinced he and his brothers can have the good life if he can train it to fight the same way he trained his brothers. But things get complicated…there are schemes, betrayals, secrets and lies, before the brothers land at a cataclysmic conclusion that will test their family, their resolve and each other more than they ever thought possible.
Go behind the scenes with co-founder Allen of Me.N.U food truck. Try not to let your mouths salivate as you see host Jason help make their signature Asian Fried Rice Balls, Smoking Peking Duck Poutine, and Roti Tacos.
Dana doesn’t deal well with confrontation. She likes her job, her friends, and the comfort of her neighbourhood—Toronto’s Queen West. But when the world forces her to stand up, will she be able to handle it?
When artists face adverse circumstances and unusual challenges, they do not shy away, but instead pursue their passions with more gusto and determination. Step inside the lives of these passionate individuals and understand their unique and thought provoking artistic endeavors that they have relentlessly pursued for your viewing pleasure.
Host Exan Auyoung explores the alternative arts and performance scene in Toronto. Instead of just going to galleries and staring at art, she is experiencing art with large communities. Exan shows us, the arts are most appreciated with a group of strangers.