Hayao Miyazaki’s The Boy and the Heron tells a visually stunning tale of love, imagination, and learning to let go.
Our Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber dropped into CBC's Metro Morning twice during the festival to outline what impressed (and what didn't) at TIFF 2023.
Karen Kain’s unconventional production gets an all-too-conventional documentary.
The comedy series Bria Mack Gets A Life finds a young smart Black woman reluctantly navigating the workforce and adulthood.
Uproar is a laugh-out-loud-funny drama that delves into complicated themes of allyship, the culture wars, and racial identity.
Richard Linklater's Hit Man loosely tells the real-life story of Gary Johnson, a professor who pretended to be a hit man for undercover police stings.
When Evil Lurks proves why people are calling Demián Rugna the next horror master. #TIFF23
Lee, starring Kate Winslet, more than succeeds in its most important mission: Ensuring ground-breaking war correspondent Lee Miller finally gets her due.
Colman Domingo gives a virtuoso performance as civil rights leader Bayard Rustin in George C. Wolfe's biopic Rustin.
John Carney's latest film, Flora and Son, is a delightful musical dramedy featuring a career-best Eve Hewson performance.
Backspot director D. W. Waterson and star Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs sit down with That Shelf!
Paul Giamatti gives the performance of his career playing a curmudgeon professor with a heart of gold in The Holdovers.
Haofeng and Junfeng Xu’s 100 Yards is a masterfully crafted martial arts epic starring a phenomenal Jacky Heung.
A top-notch cast in fine form can't save the befuddling Mother, Couch, a story that is at once both too literal and too obscure.
Hugh and DK Welchman's follow-up to Loving Vincent is an astounding achievement that simply must be seen to be believed.