In In Viaggio: The Travels of Pope Francis, Gianfranco Rosi follows the religious leader as he pontificates around the world.Continue Reading
REVIEW: Roger Waters The Wall
Roger Waters The Wall is a smart rockumentary that conveys art’s role as a tool for personal healing and inspiring greater social change
REVIEW: Trick or Treaty?
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.
Review: ‘National Diploma’
Dreams and despair share the frame in National Diploma, for Hamadi observes the students’ glory as well as their pain.
REVIEW: The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is a respectful portrait of Hayao Miyazaki and the animation palace of Studio Ghibli.
REVIEW: The Wanted 18
The Wanted 18 is one of the most entertaining and enlightening films you’ll see this year with its animated cows fighting for freedom.
REVIEW: Beats of the Antonov
In Beats of the Antonov, the range of voices, languages, and beats shows the fallacy of imposing one majority culture by force.
REVIEW: The Look of Silence
Joshua Oppenheimer follows his The Act of Killing with The Look of Silence: The killers had their story, and now the victims have theirs.
REVIEW: Sacro GRA
Director Ginafranco Rosi embraces the convoluted system and drives Sacro GRA in circles as he meditates upon a world in transition.
REVIEW: From the Bottom of the Lake
From the Bottom of the Lake is a behind the scenes look at Jane Campion's hit mini-series Top of the Lake with Elisabeth Moss.
REVIEW: What is Left?
The liberal humour of What is Left? brings an enlightened spirit to the screen.