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Ellen Page on Her Environmental Doc’s Timeliness During Coronavirus: “It’s Profit Over People”

While one pandemic rages on, Ellen Page — the 'Juno' and 'Umbrella Academy' star-turned-director — is fighting a second pandemic of environmental racism with her Netflix documentary 'There's Something in the Water.'

Ellen Page Will Bring Racism Doc ‘There’s Something in the Water’ to Hometown Atlantic Film Festival

Ellen Page is bringing her call-to-arms documentary 'There's Something in the Water,' about racism and pollution in her native Nova Scotia, to her hometown Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax.

‘There’s Something in the Water’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

Ellen Page co-directed the call-to-arms documentary "There's Something in the Water," about discrimination and pollution in her native Nova Scotia.

Toronto: Alex Wolff’s ‘Castle in the Ground,’ Ellen Page Racism Documentary Join Lineup

TIFF 2019 on Wednesday unveiled its Canadian film lineup, including world premieres for films by Ellen Page, Joey Kline, Amy Jo Johnson and Jeff Barnaby.

‘Tales of the City’ Cast on Why 2019 Was the Right Time to Bring Series Back

'Tales of the City' showrunner Lauren Morelli joins the cast, including Laura Linney, Ellen Page, Charlie Barnett and Zosia Mamet, during a sit-down with The Hollywood Reporter In Studio to discuss the importance of bringing the series back for a new LGBTQ generation.

‘Rocketman’ to Open Toronto’s Inside Out LGBTQ Film Fest

Amazon's Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling Comedy 'Late Night' will close the festival, as organizers set the lineup for Canada's biggest LGBT-related film festival.

‘Tales of the City’: TV Review | San Francisco Film Festival 2019

Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis return for the fourth chapter of 'Tales in the City,' which is set to debut in June on Netflix.

Ellen Page on Jussie Smollett Fallout: Hate Violence Is Not a Hoax (Guest Column)

While the media debates Jussie Smollett's case, Ellen Page pens a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter discussing the importance of acknowledging the real threats underrepresented communities face every day.

‘The Umbrella Academy’: TV Review

Netflix's latest drama, 'The Umbrella Academy,' which centers on a very familiar group of superheroes, fails to inspire, despite the presence of performers like Ellen Page and Mary J. Blige.

Chris Pratt Defends Church in Response to Ellen Page Backlash

After Chris Pratt spoke briefly with Stephen Colbert about his church participation on 'The Late Show,' Ellen Page slammed the actor for being a member of a church that is unsupportive of the LGBTQ community. Pratt responded to Page on Monday in a post defending his church community.

Ellen Page Slams Trump Administration for Anti-LGBTQ Policies, Rhetoric

Ellen Page slammed the Trump administration and in particular Vice President Mike Pence for their anti-LGBTQ policies and rhetoric during an interview on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.'

Ellen Page, David Freyne on Their “Unique” Zombie Film ‘The Cured’ | In Studio

“We like to say it's the zombie film where other films end,” director Freyne told THR.