David Oyelowo’s directorial debut The Water Man tells a heartfelt mythical tale about facing our worst fears.
Kate Winslet delivers a quiet but powerful performance as fossil hunter Mary Anning in Francis Lee’s Ammonite.
Shadow in the Cloud delivers a devilishly fun feminist reimagining of Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.
Dawn Porter’s documentary The Way I See It revels in Obama-era nostalgia to show us the power of human decency.
Under the Open Sky is a heartfelt redemption tale about an ageing ex-Yakuza struggling to turn his life around.
Cuties follows a defiant 11-year-old Senegalese girl who defies her family’s traditions by joining a free-spirited dance clique.
The Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival kicks off on July 20th with the Canadian premiere of Sergio Navarretta’s The Cuban.
Miss Juneteenth follows a struggling mother who enters her fourteen-year-old daughter in the same beauty pageant that she won as a teenager.
Boys State: Hot Docs Members can watch the Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning film along with a live Q&A this Sunday at 4:30PM.
CUFF’s 17th edition includes 3 world premieres and 22 feature films.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Toronto After Dark Film Festival has postponed its 15th Edition by one year, to October 14-22, 2021.
TT the Artist's film is more than a love letter to her hometown, it is a celebratory declaration of the city's artistic culture.
Michèle Stephenson's 'Stateless' is a cautionary reminder of how easily one can become a stranger in your own home.
CUFF 2020 moves to June and will feature online screenings, filmmaker Q&As and two drive-in events.
Almost 20 years after that fateful day, a new documentary explores what the children in the classroom with George W. Bush are up to now