An interview with Riceboy Sleeps director Anthony Shim and star Choi Seung-yoon about their powerful film about a Korean-Canadian family.
Kelly Fyffe-Marshall's debut feature is poetically beautiful and vibrant love letter to Jamaica and the sense of community it fosters.
Until Branches Bend is a mesmerizing look at one woman's attempt to save the livelihood of her town.
As many couples can attest, marriages tend to fall into a familiar routine once children enter the picture. This is exactly the predicament that Emma (Schitt’s Creek’s Emily Hampshire) and Josh (Jonas Chernick, who wrote the screenplay) find themselves in in the charming comedy The End of Sex. After encountering a couple headed towards divorce, […]
The Maiden signals Graham Foy as one of the major Canadian talents to watch at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.
Kelly Fyffe-Marshall interview: The director talks to us about her new film When Morning Comes premiering at TIFF 2022.
Beyond obvious picks like The Fablemans, Women Talking, and Glass Onion, here are some of the films you should add to your TIFF '22 schedule.
TIFF Canadian films announced for 2022 festival include Stellar, The Maiden, Nighttalk, Something You Said Last Night, and To Kill a Tiger.
Films we hope to see at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival, which runs September 8 to 18.
Becoming a Queen profiles Joella Chrichton and her fight to hold her long-running title as the Queen of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival.
Canadian Mark O'Brien talks to us about his feature directorial debut The Righteous and how his home province of Newfoundland influenced his film.
With Crimes of the Future, David Cronenberg reminds us that he's Canada's best and boldest filmmaker. And who expected Kristen Stewart and Don McKellar to be such a dream team?
An interview with Crimes of the Future star Léa Seydoux at the Cannes Film Festival on her first work with David Cronenberg.
David Cronenberg joins us to discuss his latest film Crimes of the Future, what he thinks about "body horror" and labels, and how his Toronto roots inspired his path.
David Cronenberg’s preoccupation with bodies and humanity has given us films that shock and intrigue in their own perfectly packaged ways.