Surely one of the most challenging entries in this year’s Hot Docs, Pervert Park dares to give a voice to and even strives to find empathy for a group of people who most viewers would rather pretend didn’t exist.
More than a usual rise/fall biography, What Happened, Miss Simone? dives deep into the artist’s life, examining with sometimes uncomfortable detail the swath that she created both in her personal and professional life.
Being Canadian follows Canuck comedy writer/ director Rob Cohen's quest across the country to find out what it really means to 'be Canadian'.
On Her Own is a thoughtful documentary about a woman struggling to keep her family and her farm.
Extra Terrestrials have landed. Well, not really. But for the sake argument, let’s say they have. What would we do? How would we react? More importantly, who would be writing the press release?
The Ross Brother’s Western provides deep insight in to the lives of these two remarkable individuals, as well as the community to which they belong.
We take a look at ten of the films playing this year's ecologically minded Planet in Focus film festival.
We take a look at some of the offerings for this year's second annual musically minded Reel Indie Film Festival, running at The Royal in Toronto this week.
With the 24th annual Inside Out Film Festival kicking off tonight, here are five films you won't want to miss at this year's showcase of the best in LGBT themed films.
We take a look at 8 of the features playing at this year's whopping 17th annual CineFranco French language film festival, kicking off this Friday at The Royal Cinema in Toronto.
Dork Shelf takes a look at all six features playing this year's 8th Annual Canadian Film Fest, kicking off tomorrow night at The Royal in Toronto.
We take a look at six exceptional films playing at this year's Human Rights Watch Film Festival, starting tonight at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, designed to shine a light on societal problems around the world and to foster necessary dialogues, discussions, and hopefully change for the future.
We take a look this weekend's teen oriented and teen selected TIFF Next Wave film festival, with reviews of six of this year's offerings.
For No Eyes Only A modern day retelling of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, For No Eyes Only takes the simple premise of the 1954 classic and applies it to present day. After breaking his leg in an indoor field hockey practice and stuck in his bedroom, Sam (Benedict Siverding) begins to pass time spying on […]
Palo Alto Based on James Franco’s book of short stories, Palo Alto immerses the audiences into the lives and experiences of a group of teenagers (Emma Roberts, Jack Kilmer and Nat Wolff) living in the California town of the same name as they try to determine who they are and what they want to do […]