Interview: Wiebke von Carolsfeld

We talk to Canadian filmmaker Wiebke von Carolsfeld about her latest feature Stay, starring Aiden Quinn and Taylor Schilling, and about the process of adapting a novel, nailing down two parallel stories across an ocean, getting the right look and casting the perfect charming older man.

Veronica Mars Review

While having at least a passing understanding of the TV series is an almost necessary prerequisite to understanding and appreciating the kickstarted Veronica Mars feature film, fans should get exactly what they want out of this condensed outing.

The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

Simultaneously his most gorgeous to look at and most pointedly melancholy film to date, Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel might not be the whimsical auteur’s best film, but certainly one of his funniest and possibly the most valid one stop shop for anyone wanting to talk about his special brand of quirks and neuroses.

In Fear Review

The UK production In Fear might be one of the most relentless horror films I have ever sat through. I do not mean that as a compliment. It's so constantly cranked to 11 with absolutely nowhere to go that's it's more boring than terrifying.

Interview: Taylor Schilling

We talk to Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling about her latest big screen role in the Canadian-Irish drama Stay, opening in Toronto this weekend, and about her character and the fears of having a child and being a parent.

Interview: Marc Glassman (Part 2 of 2)

In the second part of our over an hour long sit down with Toronto arts maven and curator of the first ever Pages Festival and Conference Marc Glassman, we discuss the literature of Susanna Moodie, how much graphic novels mean to him, and what he defines success for this inaugural festival to be.

Interview: Jake Gyllenhaal & Denis Villeneuve

We sit down with actor Jake Gyllenhaal and Canadian director Denis Villeneuve about their second collaboration on the award winning doppelganger thriller Enemy and about the clearly defined roles of the main characters, how the simplest mannerisms can define an entire character, who Gyllenhaal thinks the real protagonist of the film is, why Villeneuve wanted to set and shoot the film in Toronto, and if they will collaborate again.

Interview: Kristen Bell

A long time ago Kristen Bell was on one of the most beloved and tragically cancelled TV shows of all time. This weekend, Veronica Mars is back on the big screen and on On Demand. We got a chance to talk with her about why the time was right to make the movie, how the film's Kickstarter campaign helped them get distribution, what it was like getting the band back together, the conflicted nature of Veronica’s quest this time out, and if she really did try to smuggle a burrito into The Oscars.

Interview: Aaron Paul & Scott Waugh

Actor Aaron Paul and director Scott Waugh sit down with us to talk about their video game adaptation Need for Speed, and about the film’s old school feel, how Paul gets into character when so many cameras are on him, the most dangerous stunt they attempted together. They also bicker about who gets to keep the nicest car in the movie.