TIFF 2020 is a wrap, and we’ve put together a collection of movie reviews and features from this year’s festival.
No one can go out and practically every human on the planet is on a virtual call. The timing of LX 2048's release is uncanny.
A new Pedro Almodóvar film is always cause for celebration. Even a short one, especially one that so carefully harkens back and deepens, in turn, the Spanish director’s longstanding fascinations. The Human Voice, starring Tilda Swinton and “freely based” on Jean Cocteau’s 1928 play by the same name, is pure Almodóvar. It’s both a potent […]
Eprhaim Asili and Steve McQueen's respective films are tender portraits of the power of community-run spaces.
Buck Alamo is a simple tale of a man looking back at his life and trying to fight off death. Death for Buck Alamo (Sonny Carl Davis), the singing cowboy, is inevitable. Not only is the voice of Death (Bruce Dern) used as a voiceover throughout the film, but his doctor has told him in […]
The central mystery of The Kid Detective is, "Who exactly is the audience for this movie?"
An enchanting adventure for all ages.
João Paulo Miranda Maria’s haunting Brazilian drama Memory House offers one of the year’s most ferocious social commentaries.
Bruce LaBruce's twisted twins tale SAINT-NARCISSE gives new meaning to the phrase "go f*** yourself."
Stacey Lee’s Underplayed presents a sprawling and energetic portrait of a landscape in need of a change.
Mark Wahlberg stars in latest drama from Brokeback Mountain writers Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry.
David Oyelowo’s directorial debut The Water Man tells a heartfelt mythical tale about facing our worst fears.
Thomas Vinterberg reunites with Mads Mikkelsen and Thomas Bo Larsen for a celebration of life and friendship.
Kate Winslet delivers a quiet but powerful performance as fossil hunter Mary Anning in Francis Lee’s Ammonite.
When it comes to horror, what has happened throughout history to Black people is far worse than anything that has ever happened in any horror film. Antebellum exploits that true cruelty and uses it as a vehicle for more pain without any notion of commentary or nuance beyond the obvious. The film starts with a […]