Surveying the short films of Toronto's Sophy Romvari, from Norman Norman to Pumpkin Movie to Still Processing.
Mayim Bialik shows plenty of promise as a director here as she offers up an honest examination of how the scars of the past shape the bonds of the present.
Sundance's TikTok, Boom. raises many pressing concerns about the power of TikTok and its lack of accountability.
A wildly original and disturbing work, Hatching marks the arrival of Hanna Bergholm as a thrilling new voice in the horror genre.
Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver give excellent performances in Phyllis Nagy's reproductive rights drama Call Jane.
In Becoming Cousteau, director Liz Garbus ably demonstrates what made the Captain of the Calypso one of the 20th century’s most inspirational ecological voices.
In Murina, Croatian director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović displays a maturity of style that is remarkable for a feature film debut.
A real standout in this year’s TIFF Docs section, Rebeca Huntt’s Beba is a film that defies categorization.
Mlungu Wam (Good Madam) uses domestic servitude as a chilling entry point into lingering impact of the apartheid-era
Writer/director Haya Waseem’s feature debut Quickening is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
Sabrina Doyle’s Lorelei overcomes its various rough patches thanks to Jena Malone and Pablo Schreiber’s strong performances.
Criterion Channel's collection on early women filmmakers spotlights the pioneering women who advanced the art form during film's foundational years.
Petula Neale returns to discuss Point Break with Courtney!
Rocks presents teenage life in an honest way rarely captured onscreen.
Stacey Lee’s Underplayed presents a sprawling and energetic portrait of a landscape in need of a change.