La Chimera sees Alice Rohrwacher at her playful best with this enigmatic tale about a band of grave robbers led by a grimy Josh O'Connor.
Susanna Fogel’s Cat Person adaptation delivers great performances, shocking twists, and a damning social commentary.
Filmmaker Dean Fleischer Camp talks about Marcel’s leap to feature films, the challenges of stop-motion animation, and how the littlest thing can make the biggest of differences.
When an unexpected brush with fame opens the door to reuniting with his loved ones, Marcel sets out on a sweeping, emotional journey to reclaim what he thought was lost and discover the family he never knew he had.
Join us this week as we listen to Alan Silvestri go FULL Silvestri!
Slammed by critics for its misogyny and celebrated for innovation by others, the central question of his photography still remains: is it empowering or is it exploitative?
Death Becomes Her was a 90s oddity remembered mainly for its special effects and hammy performances, if at all. Leave it to Shout! Factory to remind us of this forgotten unofficial tale from the crypt with the release of a brand spanking new Blu-ray.
Closet Monster TIFF 2015 Review
Guy Maddin's Keyhole starts as his most accessible film today with an updating of 30s gangster films before gently giving into the filmmaker's unique visual style. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that.
To celebrate TIFF’s ongoing Bangkok Dangerous: The Cinema Of Nicolas Cage series, Alan Jones has resurrected his retrospective of the actor’s work entitled The Nic Cage Project. In this edition, Jones analyzes David Lynch's violent road trip Wild at Heart – playing tonight at the Lightbox.