Atom Egoyan

Atom Egoyan Interview

An in-depth conversation with writer/ director Atom Egoyan on the storied career that led to his latest film, Remember.

Dean Norris Interview

We spoke with Dean Norris (of Breaking Bad fame) about his role in the new Atom Egoyan film Remember, working with Christopher Plummer, and a career playing cops.

Remember Review

It's been a long time since an Atom Egoyan film has been a conversation starter, but Remember is sure to break that trend.

Interview: Marc Glassman (Part 2 of 2)

In the second part of our over an hour long sit down with Toronto arts maven and curator of the first ever Pages Festival and Conference Marc Glassman, we discuss the literature of Susanna Moodie, how much graphic novels mean to him, and what he defines success for this inaugural festival to be.

Interview: Marc Glassman (Part 1 of 2)

In the Toronto film, art and literary communities, Marc Glassman is a true renaissance man and this weekend the former owner of beloved Pages Bookstore synthesizes all of his loves into the Pages Festival (from the 13th to the 15th). In this first part of a two part interview, we talk about how Glassman's previous work has led to the creation of the festival, as well as in depth looks at events with Atom Egoyan and Bob Bossin and talks about urban narratives and the art and future of the book.

Devil’s Knot Review

Atom Egoyan’s dramatized take on the events surrounding the West Memphis Three murder case and trial, Devil’s Knot, is a tad too redundant and tasteful for its own good.

Interview: Atom Egoyan

We talk with award winning Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan about his latest film Devil's Knot what drew him to make a film about one of the most notorious unsolved crimes in American history (The West Memphis Three case), the film’s adherence to the facts of the case, the hectic shooting schedule, and why his talented cast was such an asset to the production.

TIFF 2013: The Devil’s Knot Review

The Devil’s Knot Special Presentation Director: Atom Egoyan Egoyan takes on the mishandling and traumatic feelings behind the infamous West Memphis Three trial in this fictionalized courtroom dramatization of the events that comes in the wake of four separate theatrically released documentaries on the issue and countless TV takes. While there’s absolutely nothing new to […]

First slate of films announced for TIFF 2013

The first batch of films for this year's Toronto International Film Festival were announced this morning - including opening night film The Fifth Estate - and here's a look at what cinephiles have to look forward to starting this September the 5th.

Good Canadian Cinema?

When was the last time you saw a good Canadian film? How many Canadian films can most people even name? Maybe that’s because unlike music and television, there are no government enforced quotas for Canadian content in our movie theatres, allowing Hollywood to dominate our screens. the city’s newest rep theatre, the Toronto Underground Cinema is taking long overdue measures to remedy this. Starting this Thursday, the Underground is dedicating all 8 of its weekend screenings to great Canadian films.