An ode to fellas that love felines, the documentary Cat Daddies is a portrait of the men who can’t get enough of their kitty companions.
The debut feature film from Mexican filmmaker Michelle Garza Cevera begs the question: what if it turns out that motherhood not only sucks but threatens to literally destroy you?
Though not a wholly successful film, Till is worth the watch for Danielle Deadwyler’s performance who will likely be a factor in awards season.
Surveying the short films of Toronto's Sophy Romvari, from Norman Norman to Pumpkin Movie to Still Processing.
In her third feature film, Laos' Mattie Do—the country's only female filmmaker and only horror director—blends both genre and timelines into one philosophical ghost story in The Long Walk.
Truly refreshing—in more ways than one—Marry Me is an utterly charming movie that will win over even the most jaded of romance movie watchers.
In Becoming Cousteau, director Liz Garbus ably demonstrates what made the Captain of the Calypso one of the 20th century’s most inspirational ecological voices.
A real standout in this year’s TIFF Docs section, Rebeca Huntt’s Beba is a film that defies categorization.
Canadian ‘90s grunge queen Alanis Morissette gets a deep dive into her career, rise to stardom and more in Jagged, a new HBO doc entry into Bill Simmons’ Music Box series.
Writer/director Haya Waseem’s feature debut Quickening is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
Penny Lane’s film takes an oft-light-hearted look at Kenny G and his polarizing saxophone while asking the broader question of “what makes music good?”
Candyman finally becomes the centre of his own story in Nia DaCosta's take on the urban legend with a descent into madness from Yahya Abdul-Mateen II worthy of Rosemary's Baby.
The truth is stranger than fiction in Ursula Macfarlane's SXSW documentary The Lost Sons, a thrilling look at Paul Fronczak's quest for his true identity.
Writer-star Brea Grant turns the everyday misogyny and sexism women face into a slasher horror in Lucky.
Sundance's opening Midnight pick leaves much to be desired in a film that fails to live up to its potential.