A look back through the power of Frank Herbert's Dune and the novel's long journey as an "unfilmable" work.
Our exclusive interview with Rebecca Ferguson about playing Lady Jessica, working with director Denis Villeneuve, and taking an indie approach to this blockbuster epic.
Exclusive interviews with Canadian auteur Denis Villeneuve and actor Rebecca Ferguson discussing the challenges of bringing the film to life, about finding the right scope for the story, and asking a familiar friend for some help.
Managing Editor Jason Gorber brings us his first, spoiler-free look at Denis Villeneuve's anticipated rendition of Frank Herbert's epic Dune.
The first trailer for Denis Villeneuve's "unfilmable" adaptation of the sci-fi classic DUNE is here – and it brought some serious star power!
Director Asghar Farhadi's riveting drama is a moral fable disguised as a potboiler that pulls the strings on a deceptively familiar premise.
Enter for a chance to win run-of-engagement tickets to see mother! in Toronto, Montreal or Ottawa.
TIFF 2017: mother! Review.
The Gunman stars Sean Penn as a sniper in a film that feels past its prime. Despite a stellar supporting cast including Javier Bardem, Idris Elba and Ray Winstone, the only thing on mark is the aim of the protagonist.
Win tickets to an advanced screening of The Gunman in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Victoria, Calgary, Halifax, Winnipeg and Edmonton.
With another of it's winter retrospectives, TIFF takes a look into the darkly funny mind and heart of cult Spanish filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia.
It’s hard to think of a film that will be more openly divisive between critics, and yet no one in the general public would see or even necessarily enjoy all that much than Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy's The Counselor. I have no idea who this movie is aimed at pleasing or entertaining outside of McCarthy himself, but I’m kind of glad it exists. I think.
This week at the video store we check out new Blu-Rays for recent releases Trance, To the Wonder, Oblivion, and Olympus Has Fallen, and two new Criterion releases for The Devil's Backbone and Lord of the Flies.
It's as hard to clearly decipher as any other Terrence Malick film since Badlands, but when dealing with a subject as irrational as love like he does in To the Wonder it's fitting and beautiful in equal amounts.
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