Reviews, interviews, and reports from the Toronto International Film Festival.
With Invention, Canadian contemporary artist/filmmaker Mark Lewis boldly resurrects the city symphony film.
Je Suis Charlie uses the attack on Charlie Hebdo as a springboard to examine France’s collective cultural awakening.
Despite the optimism, Mina Shum's Ninth Floor does not provide easy uplift any more than it solves the big mystery of the Sir George Williams University riot.
ilmmaker Avi Lewis and writer Naomi Klein are partners in life, work and social action. They have been sounding the alarm for years, expertly describing the mechanisms that have led to the
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (USA, 144 min.) Directed by Julie Taymor “It really gives you every best seat in the house,” laughs director Julie Taymor during an extended conversation with IndieWire’s
Ethan Hawke's debut documentary Seymour: An Introduction is a beautiful and touching essay on life and art.
The documentary highlights of TIFF 2014 hit a peak with Michael Moore's statement, “People want to go home and have sex after your movie,”
Sunshine Superman features some of the most breathtaking imagery ever caught on film. The doc makes you feel as if you can fly.
Reviews of the TIFF 2014 short docs A Tomb with a View, Red Alert, Chop My Money, 130919 – A Portrait of Marina Abramovic, and Papa Machete.
Roger Waters The Wall is a smart rockumentary that conveys art’s role as a tool for personal healing and inspiring greater social change