Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest drama Broker is an achingly beautiful crowd-pleaser about a group of outcasts who form an unlikely family.
We speak with TOP GUN: MAVERICK aerial coordinator Kevin LaRosa Jr. about the work that he and his team did to bring this remarkable adventure to life.
Crimes of the Future star Viggo Mortensen joins us to discuss his latest collaboration with Canada's favourite auteur, David Cronenberg.
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.
Adil & Bilall craft a remarkable tale about recruitment, subtly diving into some murky morality in this absolutely terrific film from Cannes 2022.
Director Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave is a cop/criminal love story that falters but occasionally fascinates.
Lukas Dhont's film Close is a sweet and somber look at childhood friendship and the ties that are broken.
Cannes 2022: Our look at Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS – starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler.
Cannes 2022: The new doc MOONAGE DAYDREAM paints a full picture of David Bowie's creative life.
A married man falls for a trans woman in director Saim Sadiq's JOYLAND, the first Pakistani feature to ever play at Cannes.
AVA filmmaker Léa Mysius directs Adèle Exarchopoulos in this genre-bending fantasy mashup.
Toronto's own auteur David Cronenberg returns to Cannes with his decidedly hot and "red" CRIMES OF THE FUTURE.
Ali Abassi follows up his indie hit BORDER with this serial killer drama that looks at the rot in his native Iran.
With the Festival de Cannes returning in full force in 2022, officials and dignitaries from both countries gathered on May 19 to celebrate the updated Canada-France co-production treaty.