Marie Clements' feature dramatic debut is a marvel of a film.
The feature film debut from Canadian writer-director Jake Horowitz is a charmingly unique love story that begins with a boy's love of film.
Almost 20 years after that fateful day, a new documentary explores what the children in the classroom with George W. Bush are up to now
A song of resistance soars above the towering condominiums in Johnny Ma’s To Live to Sing. The film, Ma’s sophomore feature after Old Stone, is an evocative portrait of culture at a crossroads. To Live to Sing takes the gritty realism of Ma’s debut feature a step further. Inspired by a Sichuan opera company he […]
Acclaimed Métis writer/director Marie Clements' feature debut Red Snow is a marvel of a film.
First look at Anne at 13,000 starring Deragh Campbell and directed by Kazik Radwanski.
Schitt's Creek director Jerry Ciccoritti tackles the pros and cons of dirty pictures in Lie Exposed, which could have learned a thing or two from Moira Rose and her nudes.
Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette’s coming-of-age drama proves that Kelly Depeault is an actor to watch.
Toronto plays itself in indie break-up drama with relatable Millennial angst, sans avocado toast.
First images from To Live to Sing, the latest film from Old Stone director Johnny Ma
Ash is the latest film from Violent director Andrew Huculiak
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.
There Are No Fakes is a haunting portrait of greed, class and the horrors that can arise when art is only viewed through a monetary lens.
Falardeau's film opens Berlin on Feb. 20.