TIFF released its Top Ten list of Canadian features and shorts of 2019.
Edward Norton discusses adapting Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn for the big screen and the age of Donald Trump.
Dolemite Is My Name is a welcome reminder that the manic energy and masterful comic timing that made Eddie Murphy a superstar isn't gone.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is a darkly funny essay on class warfare and quite possibly the best film of 2019.
Atlantics is the dreamy feature debut by French actor Mati Diop and tells a haunting story of love, loss, and vengeance.
The Colombian Oscar entry Monos offers an exciting contender in the upcoming Oscar race – and it opens today at TIFF! Read Pat Mullen's full review!
The Antenna is a dystopic horror/thriller from Turkish director Orçun Behram.
Gundala is an audacious comic book movie with a rich mythology, striking visuals, and jam-packed with action.
Corpus Christi is a story about healing and the struggles we must overcome to get our second chances.
My Life as a Comedian is an adaptation of Jonas Gardell’s best-selling novel about the travails of growing up.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood star Tom Hanks delivers one of the year’s most charming performances as legendary TV star Fred Rogers.
As we all bask in post-TIFF 2019 glow, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at some of the memorable movie soundtrack moments from this year’s slate of festival films.
How to Build a Girl sees Beanie Feldstein play a lonesome teenage girl who reinvents herself as a savage music critic.
Knives Out is a thrilling whodunnit about a family of self-absorbed millionaires with their eyes on their family’s fortune.
With a rousing true-story and performances from three top-tier Hollywood stars, Just Mercy looks custom-built for a major award season push.