Tonya Williams

From Canada’s beloved kids show, Polka Dot Door, to fame on Y&R as Dr. Olivia Winters, Tonya Williams has had a ground-breaking and award-winning career as an actor. In 2000 she founded the Reel World Film Festival, to combat the lack of racially diverse and indigenous talent in mainstream media. She’s a classically-trained pianist, a ballet dancer and an activist. What can’t she do? Grab your java and settle in as we catch up on all the latest, including “Access Reelworld”.

 

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The Canadian Film Fest March 19-23

The CFF boasts 9 features and 28 shorts over a five-day event including 6 World Premieres! Back for its 13th edition, this indie-spirited festival is dedicated to celebrating Canadian filmmakers. Screening at the Cineplex Scotiabank … Continued

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22 Chaser is an ‘urban western’ staged in Toronto’s underbelly

BYLINE: Joel Dryden/The Mutt Whether it be an office tower or old-of-control train, hardened cop or reluctant ex-military officer, many thrillers lean hard on familiar settings and characters, opting to get to the action quick … Continued

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