An interview with documentary filmmaker Fredrik Gertten and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing, Leilani Farha, about their film Push, a scathing, but humane look at the global housing crisis and the greed that drives it forward.
Director Jon Favreau’s “live action” remake of Disney’s dearly beloved animated classic The Lion King is both a hard and easy film to review, but a good one nonetheless.
Maiden is an exceptional, effortless sort of documentary built around a story that’s so thrilling, dramatic, and inspirational that screenwriters who dabble in fictional films would’ve killed to come up with it themselves.
Actor, film buff, and budding director Jack Reynor talks about his work on Hereditary director Ari Aster’s latest challenging thriller, Midsommar, in theatres everywhere on Wednesday, July 3.
No matter if you choose to look at it either as the closing of a major chapter in the Marvel Avengers storyline or the beginning of a new era, Spider-Man: Far From Home is a superbly entertaining and well done superhero movie by any metric.
Irish actress Jessie Buckley has been a superstar in waiting for quite some time now, and her latest effort, the musical drama Wild Rose (which opens in Toronto this weekend and expands across Canada in the following weeks) should hopefully be the performance that catapults her to such lofty heights.
We sit down with Emmy winning actor Tony Hale to talk about his latest role as the neurotic Forky in the Disney/Pixar sequel Toy Story 4, in theatres everywhere on Thursday, June 20, 2019.
The Souvenir, the superlative fourth feature from British writer and director Joanna Hogg, is one of the most uncomfortably realistic and heart rending looks at young love ever put to film.
Although it takes a considerable amount of time to find its own unique voice and roar to vibrant, earth shaking, soul rending life, by the time it all wraps up Ava DuVernay’s epic miniseries When They See Us delivers some of the filmmaker’s most potent, unforgettable, and best work to date.
Rocketman is possibly the best full-on musical phantasmagoria about a famous person destroying and reclaiming their life since Bob Fosse’s All That Jazz.