Our Noah Taylor shot some photos of Lee Pace and Peter Jackson while they were in town promoting The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor runs down the list of his top 25 films of 2014.
Looking for the perfect gift for the genre loving film and TV nerd in your life? Check out these five great gifts from Shout Factory.
Looking for the perfect gift for the highbrow cinephile in your life? Here are five great releases from the renowned Criterion Collection from the past year.
Looking for a gift for the binge watcher in your life this holiday season? Here are 12 of your best bets.
We take a look inside the TIFF Bell Lightbox's newest gallery exhibit dedicated to the works of noted auteur Stanley Kubrick.
We dive into the offerings for this year's 9th annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival.
We take a look inside CBC's new show Strange Empire and why it can be a game changer to the public broadcaster's image.
In honour of the TIFF Bell Lightbox's Back to the 90s series, our 90s raised film editor tries to remember when he saw each of the films playing and how he felt back then (complete with a special "mixtape").
TIFF kicks off their inaugural Short Cuts short film series with some major star power.
Daunted by the enormity of TIFF's retrospective of the challenging late cinema of Jean-Luc Godard? Here are five great places to start.
In honour of a mini-retrospective in his honour starting this week at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, we look at the career of Wes Craven, the best horror director of his time.
We look at the second half of famed American filmmaker Robert Altman's career in honour of his TIFF Bell Lightbox retrospective, Company Man: The Best of Robert Altman.
In the first part of our look back at the career of prolific and hard to pigeonhole director Robert Altman (in honour of his TIFF retrospective, kicking off tonight), Andrew Parker and Phil Brown look at some of their favourite works from one of the greatest filmmakers to ever live.