In a world where it’s predator vs. prey, these women are lionesses out for the kill.
Dawn Porter’s documentary The Way I See It revels in Obama-era nostalgia to show us the power of human decency.
Charles Officer's latest, Akilla’s Escape, is a tense and thought-provoking examination of generational gang violence AND a richly layered neo-noir that packs a thrilling punch.
No Ordinary Man is a stunner of a documentary. It’s a hybrid really, in which the filmmakers Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt add just the right dose of creative fiction to galvanise the largely forgotten history of a trans icon, American Jazz musician Billy Tipton.
If there's only one must-see film at TIFF, it is Michelle Latimer’s urgent call to action doc Inconvenient Indian.
Nir Bergman’s father-son drama Here We Are demonstrates the difficulty of coping with change – even if one does not have autism.
A cackling bird totally upstages Naomi Watts.
Under the Open Sky is a heartfelt redemption tale about an ageing ex-Yakuza struggling to turn his life around.
Canadian co-pro is a lean tale masterfully told.
Emma Seligman's feature film debut Shiva Baby is a spry queer Jewish comedy with a star making turn from Rachel Sennott.
Enola Holmes star Millie Bobby Brown shines in this empowering coming-of-age adventure.
There is no way writer/director Jon Stevenson could have possibly known how topical Rent-A-Pal would be. While certain aspects of the plot may feel far fetched and intentionally dated, the yearning for connection and finding that on a screen is now more potent than ever. David (Brian Landis Folkins) is a pretty lonely guy. Living […]
Brutality is not limited to physical torment. The Dark and The Wicked is emotionally brutal, and a bit physically tortuous too. The film begins with Louise (Marin Ireland) and her brother Michael (Michael Abbott Jr.) returning home to pay their final respects to their father. He is at hospice at home, and will likely not […]
Read reviews on dreamy erotic tales from Brazil and queer history docs from the U.S.
Home invasions gone wrong can be a particularly interesting premise for a film. You never know who people truly are until you try to take their stuff while on their own turf. Recent botched break ins like Don’t Breathe and Villains are good examples of the terror or hilarity that ensue after damn kids enter […]