Have you seen Don McKellar?
Blind Spot is a film you will not want to look away from.
Steady and subtle and shot so naturally, Meshchaninova’s Core of the World demonstrates a careful attention to the intricacies of human interaction.
A basic war film which lacks the feminist drive it needs
A coming home tale that walks familiar territory with emotional swagger.
Interesting ideas dissolve into nothing in this shallow film
A painful look at trauma and loss
Macho & mediocre
Lacrosse saves lives in this conventional Canadian bore
The shorts from TIFF that you don't want to miss.
Jirga feels like a missed opportunity
Destroyer builds up the illusion of something more, but never delivers on that promise.
This TIFF movie is one to watch.
Shot in an aching black-and-white, and punctuated every so often with still black pauses, Cold War is a mesmerizing exploration of love and disappointment, of persistence and giving-up.
Family is at the core of Koreeda's beautiful, and emotionally stirring drama.
Mom and Dad is that gift you don’t recognize you need or even want until you get it.
A flawed, but fascinating look at youthful femininity.
The first Toronto retrospective in 15 years comes to the Lightbox