• Shameless Podcast Camp: Meet Heard Before

    May 18th, 2018     by Julia De Laurentiis Johnson     Comments

    In the Fall of 2017, we put out a call to teen girls and trans/NB youth who were interested in joining our inaugural Podcast Camp – to learn together how to make rad podcasts and then, well, make them! Led by our podcast producer Julia De Laurentiis Johnson, ten campers met each week for a month. They made friends, made jokes and made killer podcasts. AND NOW! We are very proud and pleased to start sharing … READ MORE

  • Announcing Issue 37: The Do It Yourself, Do It Together Revolution Issue

    May 16th, 2018     by Team Shameless     Comments

    Our newest issue is on the stands now! Check out our editor’s letter and be sure to pick up the issue in person or online! READ MORE

  • In the Blog

    Jo-Anne McArthur on photographing “the invisibles”

    May 7th, 2018     by Elle Côté     Comments

    For most of us, stumbling upon a video of a puppy or kitten is something we enjoy. However, what if you decided it was your duty to show the world the animals we don’t normally see? For 40-year old Torontonian Jo-Anne McArthur, this is precisely the case. The photojournalist, author, and educator has been travelling the world for almost two decades to capture what she calls “the invisibles”; animals we may not consider on a regular … READ MORE

  • Shameless Podcast Camp: Meet Game to Glory

    May 4th, 2018     by Julia De Laurentiis Johnson     Comments

    In the Fall of 2017, we put out a call to teen girls and trans/NB youth who were interested in joining our inaugural Podcast Camp – to learn together how to make rad podcasts and then, well, make them! Led by our podcast producer Julia De Laurentiis Johnson, ten campers met each week for a month. They made friends, made jokes and made killer podcasts. AND NOW! We are very proud and pleased to start sharing … READ MORE

  • Blog Series

    HOT DOCS 2018, REVIEWS PART 2

    May 2nd, 2018     by Tina Zafreen Alam     Comments

    Featuring documentaries from across the world, the Hot Docs festival in Toronto runs from April 26 to May 6, 2018. Check out part two of our reviews series featuring the films Mr. SOUL! and Harvest Moon. Hot Docs offers free same-day tickets for all screenings before 5:00 p.m. to students with valid photo I.D. at the venue box offices (subject to availability). READ MORE

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    Fun Home: A Conversation with Sara Farb

    April 26th, 2018     by Michelle Schwartz     Comments

    Fun Home, the musical based on the graphic memoir by Dykes to Watch Out For cartoonist, Alison Bechdel, is on stage now in Toronto. The show features three actresses playing the role of Alison Bechdel – as a young girl (Small Alison), as a university student (Medium Alison), and as a forty-something woman (Alison). We spoke with Sara Farb, who plays Medium Alison. READ MORE

  • Blog Series

    Hot Docs 2018, Reviews Part 1

    April 23rd, 2018     by Michelle Schwartz     Comments

    Featuring documentaries from across the world, the Hot Docs festival in Toronto runs from April 26 to May 6, 2018. Check out part one of our reviews series, featuring the films People’s Republic of Desire, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution, and Netizens. Hot Docs offers free same-day tickets for all screenings before 5:00 p.m. to students with valid photo I.D. at the venue box offices (subject to availability). READ MORE

  • Shameless Podcast Camp: Meet Farin

    April 20th, 2018     by Julia De Laurentiis Johnson     Comments

    In the Fall of 2017, we put out a call to teen girls and trans/NB youth who were interested in joining our inaugural Podcast Camp – to learn together how to make rad podcasts and then, well, make them! Led by our podcast producer Julia De Laurentiis Johnson, ten campers met each week for a month. They made friends, made jokes and made killer podcasts. AND NOW! We are very proud and pleased to start sharing … READ MORE

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    Go Make Your Web Series!

    April 3rd, 2018     by Melanie Butler     Comments

    “Go make your movie. We need your movie. I need your movie. So go make it.” -Greta Gerwig, The Oscars – Represent Montage, 2018 READ MORE

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    A Letter to Stephon Clark’s Family

    March 27th, 2018     by Nisa Dang     Comments

    The author of the following letter, Nisa Dang, is an activist, and a political organizer around gun control, abolition, and voter disenfranchisement. She is also from South Sacramento. Here is her message, and her promise, to the Clark family. READ MORE