Hollywood Suite’s November lineup features a tribute to Anton Yelchin and a Reelworld Film Festival 20th Anniversary retrospective.
Watch the Zappa chat from IFFBoston.
Judy Versus Capitalism is an astonishing accomplishment. Utterly heartbreaking, the film is a resounding act of bravery.
James Fox’s UFO documentary The Phenomenon makes a strong case that it’s time to start believing.
Christo’s projects push the limit of what people consider to be the usefulness of art.
Stacey Lee’s Underplayed presents a sprawling and energetic portrait of a landscape in need of a change.
A coming of age tale set amid the Oka Crisis.
I Am Greta profiles Greta Thunberg’s rise from lone-wolf climate activist to the face of a global movement.
Who is Matthew Heineman’s sleek and intimate documentary about Colombian superstar J. Balvin for?
The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel is a clear-eyed documentary calls out the insidious methods of today’s “socially conscious” corporations.
Dawn Porter’s documentary The Way I See It revels in Obama-era nostalgia to show us the power of human decency.
No Ordinary Man is a stunner of a documentary. It’s a hybrid really, in which the filmmakers Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt add just the right dose of creative fiction to galvanise the largely forgotten history of a trans icon, American Jazz musician Billy Tipton.
If there's only one must-see film at TIFF, it is Michelle Latimer’s urgent call to action doc Inconvenient Indian.
Read reviews on dreamy erotic tales from Brazil and queer history docs from the U.S.
Maite Alberdi finds the humor and pathos in her doc following an octogenarian spy at a retirement community.