Reviews, interviews, and reports from the Toronto International Film Festival.
Alanis Obomsawin's Trick or Treaty? considers recent events of the Idle No More movement with a look back at the 1905 agreement Treaty 9.
An interview with director Lixin Fan about his latest documentary I Am Here, which tackles China's One-Child Policy and Generation Y's fight for individuality.
Dreams and despair share the frame in National Diploma, for Hamadi observes the students’ glory as well as their pain.
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is a respectful portrait of Hayao Miyazaki and the animation palace of Studio Ghibli.
The Wanted 18 is one of the most entertaining and enlightening films you’ll see this year with its animated cows fighting for freedom.
In Beats of the Antonov, the range of voices, languages, and beats shows the fallacy of imposing one majority culture by force.
Joshua Oppenheimer follows his The Act of Killing with The Look of Silence: The killers had their story, and now the victims have theirs.
The animated documentary The Wanted 18 is a microcosmic reflection of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with its offbeat Claymation cows.
Sturla Gunnarsson's Monsoon is a majestic new documentary shot on location in India and beneath torrents of relentless rain.
Highlights from the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival include Finding Vivian Maier and At Berkeley.