A film that takes far too long to get going and by the time a hint of originality shows up, it's far too late.
Felix and the Treasure of Morgäa is an endearing Canadian animated adventure.
Sonja Smits stars as a woman confronting grief in Prince Edward County.
Laughter's talented cast can't save the film from its own tedious philosophizing, resulting in a tiresome—at times, unpleasant—watch.
Has Canada finally produced a worthwhile web series?
Michelle Pfeiffer gives her best performance in years in this wry comedy.
Gabriel Byrne battles his inner demons in the Canadian-Irish drama inspired by Leonard Cohen.
Philippe Falardeau discusses adapting Joanna Rakoff's book and working with Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver.
The latest from Quebecois auteur (or "Auteur") Simon Lavoie.
Chloé Zhao's hybrid drama Nomadland wins three TFCA awards.
Director Kelly Fyffe-Marshall's short is a brief but potent statement on contemporary race relations.
Veteran actors Julian Richings and Sheila McCarthy shine in the Canadian indie Anything For Jackson, one of the year's best horror movies
Deepa Mehta's adaptation of Shyam Selvadurai's Funny Boy is a warm embrace of a movie.
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Music provides the spice of life in Sergio Navarretta's drama starring Louis Gossett, Jr.