A look back at the highs and lows of HBO's landmark series in terms of story and character.
This month’s Cinesphere line-up includes Wonder Woman, Gravity, and a Dark Knight Trilogy marathon.
In honour of TIFF's Rainer Fassbinder retrospective, we continue our own exploration of the auteur by looking at his depiction of love in several key works.
It's a super special retrospective episode of Loose Cannons! Mathew and Justin watch The Swap and discuss what made it into the Cannon Canon.
John Landis , known for directing comedy classics like The Blues Brothers, has a lifelong love of stop-motion animation, particularly the work of Ray Harryhausen.
Starting this Saturday, the TIFF Bell Lightbox takes a look at one of the best, most contradictory, and controversial filmmakers in history by looking at the brief career of Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Robert Bresson, one of the most important names in classic French cinema, is often overshadowed by the New Wave filmmakers who followed in his footsteps. His filmography is often unjustly relegated to the confines of film studies classes and the shelves of Criterion DVD collectors. The TIFF Bell Lightbox hopes to bring new eyes to Bresson’s work by featuring all thirteen of his films in a retrospective called The Poetry of Precision: The Films of Robert Bresson.
A hero of the indie circuit with a legitimate knack for homing in on the current American spirit, filmmaker Kelly Reichardt has become recognized by many as tragically overlooked by many, many others. Well look over no longer, Toronto, as this week the TIFF Bell Lightbox begins a retrospective on the filmmaker, screening her catalog of films from the past two decades, including Wendy and Lucy, Rivers of Grass and her latest, Meek's Cutoff.