In honour of TIFF's year long retrospective of the work of art film pioneer Michael Snow, we begin a new monthly column, starting with a look back at Snow's best known work, Wavelength.
In honour of an upcoming TIFF Cinematheque retrospective, we choose five of the best works of Taiwanese master Hou Hsiao-hsien
The TIFF Bell Lightbox takes a look at one of the greatest couples to ever grace the stage and screen: Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
We look at the second half of famed American filmmaker Robert Altman's career in honour of his TIFF Bell Lightbox retrospective, Company Man: The Best of Robert Altman.
We talk to filmmaker Sara Driver on the eve of a TIFF Bell Lightbox retrospective of her work about her influences, ghosts that have stayed with her, and what working in New York City used to be like.
In honour of the TIFF Bell Lightbox kicking off a retrospective dedicated to one of America's best filmmakers this week, we count down our five favourite films from the reigning king of indie coolness, Jim Jarmusch.
Acclaimed filmmaker Martin Scorsese has put together a series of 21 masterpieces of modern Polish cinema that starts at the TIFF Bell Lightbox this week and here are some key selections.
This week, the TIFF Bell Lightbox brings audiences a mini-retrospective of films from famed and controversial American auteur Orson Welles (including a never before seen in Canada early work) that shows the man was more than just Citizen Kane and his sad late career selling out.
This spring, the TIFF Cinematheque brings out some big name restorations and special screenings of some of the greatest (and sometimes most under-appreciated) films ever made.
Blending love for both cinema and classic literature, 31 year old Argentinian filmmaker Matías Piñeiro is the rightful recipient of a TIFF Bell Lightbox retrospective (starting this Thursday) with only a small handful of films under his belt because no one else in the world is making films like these.
We talk to TIFF Bell Lightbox Head of Film Programming (and massive dork at heart) Jesse Wente about round 2 of the Lightbox's now comprehensive look at the films of Studio Ghibli. We also talk about what the films mean to him, the iconography behind My Neighbor Totoro and Grave of the Fireflies, hidden gems in the program people might not be aware of, how the films of Studio Ghibli encompass the very goals the TIFF Bell Lightbox strives towards as an organization, and why he’s honoured to be a part of this showcase of films by not only a great filmmaker, but one of the greatest artists the world has ever known.
This Thursday and Friday, the TIFF Bell Lightbox offers free screenings of shorts and features from filmmaker and artist Kevin Jerome Everson, someone incredibly adept at looking at the beauty and hardship in being a part of the modern working class.
Here it is! Your one-stop guide to all of our reviews, interviews, and features for anything and everything involving the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. Keep checking back throughout the day as new reviews, interviews, and features are being added all the time!
We talk to TIFF Cinematheque programmer Brad Deane about the classic films playing for free at this year's Toronto International Film festival, how the Cinematheque sources their prints, why he feels strange watching things on his computer, which film he’s most excited to share this year, a bit about this year’s line-up, a few tidbits about TIFF’s upcoming David Cronenberg retrospective, and what films he would love to see restored so he can share them in the future with festival audiences.