Albert Shin's latest film explores the high suicide rates in South Korea by focusing on human connections and the beauty of life.
Disappearance at Clifton Hill is a moody and surreal neo-noir that transforms Niagara Falls into a haunting border town.
Jason Gorber is broadcasting live from TIFF 2019 with a review of the Canadian psychological thriller Clifton Hill.
The Waiting Room is a very quiet film that leaves a lot up to interpretation
The Waiting Room TIFF 2015 Review
In Her Place is nominated for 7 Canadian Screen Awards and begins its theatrical run at The Carlton Cinema in Toronto this week. We spoke with writer/ director Albert Shin about the project.
Elegantly mounted and austere at the same time, Albert Shin’s debut feature looks at three generations of women bound by South Korean customs to a terrible situation.
Featuring a blend of veteran filmmakers (many of whom deliver documentaries) and first time feature directors, TIFF's Canada's Top Ten line up for this year is unique and eclectic.
Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.
In Her Place Discovery Elegantly mounted and austere at the same time, Albert Shin’s debut feature (co-produced by long time filmmaking partner Igor Drljaca, director of Canadian festival favourite Krivina) looks at three generations of women bound by South Korean customs to a terrible situation. A woman seeks to secretly adopt the soon to be […]