From filmmaker Ritwik Pareek comes Dug Dug, a film which observes how blind faith can be spawned out of the most unlikely of places.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's Lingui: The Sacred Bonds is a riveting and meditative celebration female bonds.
While not a deep exploration of Filipino life, Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story is enjoyable if you're in the mood for something silly.
João Paulo Miranda Maria’s haunting Brazilian drama Memory House offers one of the year’s most ferocious social commentaries.
Frequently blurring the line between artist and subject, The Painter and the Thief is an absorbing work.
Bob Turnbull returns to the show to discuss Nobuhiko Obayashi’s 1977 film House (Hausu)!
Synonyms, the Golden Bear-winning film from Nadav Lapid is an exhilarting feat.
By the Grace of God, the latest work from French auteur François Ozon, is both a scathing commentary and a tale of bravery and compassion set against the backdrop of abuse in the Catholic church.
The Antenna is a dystopic horror/thriller from Turkish director Orçun Behram.
Gundala is an audacious comic book movie with a rich mythology, striking visuals, and jam-packed with action.
Corpus Christi is a story about healing and the struggles we must overcome to get our second chances.
My Life as a Comedian is an adaptation of Jonas Gardell’s best-selling novel about the travails of growing up.
TIFF 2019: The Whistlers Review
Jia Zhangke’s sprawling tale of love, ego and societal change in modern China is an entrancing look at how the cycles we often find ourselves in are just part of the universe’s design.