His Three Daughters proves that all you need to create something unforgettable is a grounded story that touches people and incredible talent to bring it to life.
Can you call it a comedy if there isn’t a single laugh?
Peter Sarsgaard and Jessica Chastain star in Michel Franco's quietly subdued character study, Memory. One of the highlights of TIFF and featuring dynamite performances from two veteran actors, Memory is a compassionate tale of two broken people longing for connection and stability.
An interview with Rotting in the Sun director/star Sebastián Silva about his zany NSFW farce and working with Jordan Firstman and Catalina Saavedra.
Next Goal Wins is a heart-warming crowd-pleaser brimming with Taika Waititi’s signature style and wit.
Billy Luther’s exceptional coming-of-age film Frybread Face and Me captures the beauty of self-discovery.
Hayao Miyazaki’s The Boy and the Heron tells a visually stunning tale of love, imagination, and learning to let go.
Our Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber dropped into CBC's Metro Morning twice during the festival to outline what impressed (and what didn't) at TIFF 2023.
Karen Kain’s unconventional production gets an all-too-conventional documentary.
Uproar is a laugh-out-loud-funny drama that delves into complicated themes of allyship, the culture wars, and racial identity.
Richard Linklater's Hit Man loosely tells the real-life story of Gary Johnson, a professor who pretended to be a hit man for undercover police stings.
When Evil Lurks proves why people are calling Demián Rugna the next horror master. #TIFF23
Colman Domingo gives a virtuoso performance as civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in George C. Wolfe's biopic Rustin.
John Carney's latest film, Flora and Son, is a delightful musical dramedy featuring a career-best Eve Hewson performance.
Backspot director D. W. Waterson and star Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs sit down with That Shelf!