Meredith Hama-Brown’s insight and instinct for storytelling and her grasp on emotional truth and the power of silence make #Seagrass a truly impressive feature debut.
Director Felipe Holguín Caro captures the heart of a remote Colombian community in the rousingly joyous La Suprema.
Sophie Desmarais and Chloé Robichaud reunite for Days of Happiness, a rewarding character study in Montreal's classical music scene.
In Anatomy of a Fall, Justine Triet expertly blows apart the murder mystery genre to reveal the human drama at its core.
Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs' lead performance anchors Backspot, D.W. Waterson’s intense cheerleading drama and strong debut feature.
Dumb Money, the story of the GameStop stock short and the Redditers who bet big against Wall Street, is a hugely entertaining movie of the moment.
Henri Pardo's drama follows a young Haitian boy who migrates to rural Quebec and struggles with the growing distance between him and his mother.
We Grown Now offers a moving portrait of friendship and boyhood in a community nearing its end. #TIFF23
Perfect Days proves to be a dramatic slice of life, as carefully handled as any observational documentary but as poetic as any great arthouse film.
With the arrival of season 4, Lower Decks fans can expect weekly doses of the crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos doing what they do best, delivering outrageous, laugh-out-loud jokes, physical gags, and enough in-jokes to keep Ph.D. students in pop culture occupied for the next year or two.
Washington and Fuqua make up for an underwhelming second entry by bringing their all to 'The Equalizer 3,' taking the series out on top.
Ahsoka continues the unfortunate trend of lacklustre live-action Star Wars from the Filoni-verse, and Rosario Dawson suffers the most because of it.
Roman Liubyi’s doc Iron Butterflies is a remarkable deep-dive criminal investigation into the downing of Flight MH17 and the resulting fact-twisting, carefully crafted Russian propaganda
Vulgar, profane, and exhausting in unequal measure, Strays closes out the summer with a whimper, not a bang.
Blue Beetle closes out the summer moviegoing season with delightful, heartfelt, family-oriented superheroics.