Reviews, interviews, and reports from the Toronto International Film Festival.
Mascots might be a work of straightforward fiction, but the mockumentary form arguably captures the pleasure of creative performance.
Oliver Laxe's Mimosas offers strokes of absurdity and subtle thematic development contributing to an experiment in contemplative cinema.
Politics, Instructions Manual is an interesting but flawed take on a contemporary left-wing populist political movement.
Hermia & Helena, like Piñeiro’s previous two films, is a sort of fugue on Shakespearean themes—a sort of A Midsummer Night’s Dream remix.
Ulrich Seidl's darkly funny Safari takes aim at ignorance, puts it in the crosshairs, and pulls the trigger.
Leonardo DiCaprio puts his environmental activism in the spotlight in the new eco doc Before the Flood.
Amanda Knox is a true crime documentary that turns the tables on the supposed ‘guilty’ parties to reveal the negligence of the media.
An Insignificant Man follows the “Indian Bernie Sanders,” Arvind Kejriwal’s, 2013 campaign for Chief Minister of Delhi.
The Cinema Travellers harkens back to the days when movie going was primarily a collective experience.
With Gimme Danger, Jim Jarmusch returns to the word of documentary and chronicles the music of Iggy Pop and the Stooges.