TIFF released its Top Ten list of Canadian features and shorts of 2019.
Jason Gorber reviews director Andrew Huculiak's drama ASH from the 2019 Los Cabos Film Festival.
Starting today, Canadian and U.S. consumers have access to Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, and the thousands of TV episodes and films that come with it.
Whistler Film Festival released its 2019 slate and it features 86 films (comprising of 43 features and 43 shorts from 15 countries).
It's the darkest and most chilling time of year – the perfect season to take in a homegrown thriller like ICE BLUE.
James vs. His Future Self is a sci-fi dramedy about a single-minded scientist who must outwit his future self to make the discovery of the century.
Is this documentary about a Canadian music icon a worthy festival opener – and will it please longtime fans of The Band or The Last Waltz?
TIFF 2019: The Physics of Sorrow Review
Humboldt: The New Season shares the survivors’ harrowing stories as they mentally and physically recover from their trauma.
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The Toronto International Film Festival revealed an all-Canadian lineup that includes 26 films.
Quebecois films are difficult to catch in Toronto these days, so it’s worth acting quickly to see Sébastien Pilote’s richly understated drama The Fireflies Are Gone (La disparition des lucioles) while it's at TIFF.
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In the new Toy Story 4 featurette released today, Disney·Pixar offered a first look at Keanu Reeves' character in the film: a Canadian stuntman toy named Duke Caboom.