Director Kitty Green's thriller follows two friends forced to deal with increasingly rowdy and sexist male customers after taking a job bartending in a remote mining town.
Meredith Hama-Brown’s insight and instinct for storytelling and her grasp on emotional truth and the power of silence make #Seagrass a truly impressive feature debut.
In Anatomy of a Fall, Justine Triet expertly blows apart the murder mystery genre to reveal the human drama at its core.
We Grown Now offers a moving portrait of friendship and boyhood in a community nearing its end. #TIFF23
We Really Like Her's Emily Gagne & Danita Steinberg take us behind their August pick, Deep Impact! Celebrate Mimi Leder's classic disaster epic with them on Aug. 16.
Blue Jean follows a closeted teacher who attempted to navigate work and community in Margaret Thatcher’s Britain.
Oana Suteu Khintirian's new documentary reflects on the value of the written word and the sense of knowledge and culture that is lost through digitization.
Documentary fans will be truly entranced by Canadian filmmaker Rama Rau's latest — a captivating tale of three women re-claiming and channelling their innate and natural power.
What could’ve been a successful reinvention feels shallow and misdirected.
A Thousand and One finds Teyana Taylor delivering a performance for the ages as a mother trying to give her son a better life in a changing New York.
"If you weren't scared, you would just be on a flat line." Emily Gagne talks with director Lizzie Borden ahead of Regrouping's long-overdue Canadian premiere.
Polite Society is an entertaining action comedy about one teen's attempt to stop her sister's impending wedding.
Amanda Kramer’s Please Baby Please follows a couple whose individual desires are awakened after an encounter with a dangerous greaser gang.
Stay the Night is a charming romance that sometimes it just takes one night for love to blossom.
Sophy Romvari's latest short film It's What Each Person Needs blends documentary and drama with its portrait of an online companion.