The vital talents of female filmmakers from this year’s edition of TIFF is front and centre in this dispatch, with reviews of AFTERSUN, OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN, DE HUMANI CORPORIS FABRICA and THIS PLACE.
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival provided a veritable cornucopia of cinematic experiences, as Tomas will show you in his reviews of TRIANGLE OF SADNESS, EO, SAINT OMER and WALK UP.
This year’s TIFF may be over, but Tomas has more reviews to deliver, including words on EMPIRE OF LIGHT, WOMEN TALKING, SICK and WINTER BOY.
Coverage of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival continues apace with reviews of THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER, THE WHALE, THE INSPECTION and MY IMAGINARY COUNTRY.
Tomas has more TIFF reviews to share, including thoughts on GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY, ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED, PACIFICTION and CASA SUSANNA.
Reporting continues out of the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival with reviews of THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN, THE SON, WILL-O’-THE-WISP and VIKING.
This first dispatch from the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival includes reviews of THE FABELMANS, HOW TO BLOW UP A PIPELINE, SOMETHING YOU SAID LAST NIGHT and I LIKE MOVIES.
The third writeup of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival includes reviews of SPENCER, THE TSUGUA DIARIES and TITANE.
Our second dispatch from this year’s Toronto International Film Festival features takes on some of the festival’s hottest tickets: LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, BELFAST and THE POWER OF THE DOG.
This first dispatch from this year’s Toronto International Film Festival includes reviews of MEMORIA, DRIVE MY CAR, COMPARTMENT NO. 6 and EARWIG.
This dispatch from the virtual edition of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival includes reviews of SHIVA BABY, NIGHT OF THE KINGS, NO ORDINARY MAN and NOMADLAND.
Best Picture Choi Woo-shik, Song Kang-ho, Chang Hyae-jin & Park So-dam in PARASITE — courtesy of Neon LOCKS: 1917; The Irishman; Joker; Marriage Story; Once upon a Time in Hollywood; Parasite. LIKELY: Ford v Ferrari; Jojo Rabbit; Little […]
When Downton Abbey ended its television run in 2015, there was no question it would return in some capacity. It was not a question of “if”—it was a question of “when.” Now fans have their chance to […]
I find it difficult to be too hard on a film that is so irrevocably buoyed by its lead performance, and such is the case with Judy, a film which wouldn’t have passed muster without its […]
As someone who is plus-sized in the way Brittany (Jillian Bell) is, I do appreciate a film like this coming along and contending with the inherent messiness of body positivity, particularly the idea of being […]