Karen Kain’s unconventional production gets an all-too-conventional documentary.
The comedy series Bria Mack Gets A Life finds a young smart Black woman reluctantly navigating the workforce and adulthood.
Uproar is a laugh-out-loud-funny drama that delves into complicated themes of allyship, the culture wars, and racial identity.
Richard Linklater's Hit Man loosely tells the real-life story of Gary Johnson, a professor who pretended to be a hit man for undercover police stings.
When Evil Lurks proves why people are calling Demián Rugna the next horror master. #TIFF23
Lee, starring Kate Winslet, more than succeeds in its most important mission: Ensuring ground-breaking war correspondent Lee Miller finally gets her due.
Colman Domingo gives a virtuoso performance as civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in George C. Wolfe's biopic Rustin.
John Carney's latest film, Flora and Son, is a delightful musical dramedy featuring a career-best Eve Hewson performance.
Paul Giamatti gives the performance of his career playing a curmudgeon professor with a heart of gold in The Holdovers.
Haofeng and Junfeng Xu’s 100 Yards is a masterfully crafted martial arts epic starring a phenomenal Jacky Heung.
A top-notch cast in fine form can't save the befuddling Mother, Couch, a story that is at once both too literal and too obscure.
Hugh and DK Welchman's follow-up to Loving Vincent is an astounding achievement that simply must be seen to be believed.
Boy Kills World delivers two hours of sensory overload, packed with colourful characters, over-the-top action sequences, and stylish visuals.
Cemil Ağacıkoğlu's The Reeds transports viewers to a stunning Anatolian village in this slow burn story of oppression and rebellion.
What if, instead of Freddy Krueger haunting your dreams, it was an unassuming, mild-mannered biology professor who looks a lot like Nicolas Cage?