What do Spike Lee and members of the Cannes jury love about the famous film festival? We asked!
This isn't your mom's Les Mis!
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.
Director Asghar Farhadi's riveting drama is a moral fable disguised as a potboiler that pulls the strings on a deceptively familiar premise.
Reel Asian, Toronto's annual celebration of pan-Asian cinema, has announced its 2018 slate.
TIFF 2017: Call Me By Your Name Review.
On this week's episode of Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin get an extra special treat with 1983's Nana, the True Key of Pleasure. That might be a lie.
We spoke with Elle star Isabelle Huppert about bringing the character to life, working with Paul Verhoeven, and about movies that continue to drive her own passion.
Master filmmaker Paul Verhoeven discusses his controversial new film Elle, the power of Isabelle Huppert, and the abortive attempts to make the provocative movie stateside.
TIFF 2016 Nocturama review.
We talk The Transporter Refueled with Game of Thrones and Deadpool actor Ed Skrein.
While The Walking Dead may be the most popular zombie show on TV, it is certainly not the best one out there. Yes. We said it. Here are three zombie shows you should be watching instead.
Signing up for un film de Michael Haneke guarantees that you’ll be shocked and emotionally shattered at some point during a chilly slow burn European think piece. So, it’s not exactly a relaxing night of escapism. Haneke’s latest project Amour might be one of his trickiest films to watch yet in that regard. For large portions of the running time, you’ll actually find yourself becoming deeply emotionally invested and even experiencing moments of genuine warmth. Don’t worry though, that’s all part of his plan.
Writer/director Leos Carax’s deeply, satisfyingly bizarre Holy Motors is a film that almost seems to go out of its way to defy classification. Put a gun to my head and I guess I’d describe it as an art house romp, but even that doesn’t quite seem right.