Joe Mantello’s cinematic updating of Matt Crowley’s seminal LGBT play The Boys in the Band is a great example of how one can make something visually and dramatically captivating for the screen while retaining everything that made the stage version special.
A playfully and creatively confounding upending of biopic conventions, writer-director Michael Almereyda’s Tesla is a keen reflection on the life of the misunderstood and historically underrated luminary it seeks to cheekily document.
A rare example of a lighthearted romp that’s as timely as it is amusing, the young adult adventure and mystery Enola Holmes establishes a new cinematic hero just when the world could use it the most.
With his feature directorial debut, the Spielbergian family adventure and drama The Water Man, actor David Oyelowo shows that he might have a true knack for big budget blockbuster filmmaking.
A sharply written and gutturally toned reimaging of a crumbling marriage as a thriller rather than a melodrama, The Nest succeeds where so many other films about fracturing psyches fail.
Winter is only a few weeks away, and that means ski season is nearly here. While there are challenges for winter 2020-2021, Vail Resorts unveiled a series of new initiatives to get skiers on the hills safely, with deals for the Epic Pass ending today.
For his latest epic, observational look at a complex system and the roots branching out from them, City Hall, esteemed documentarian Frederick Wiseman turns his unwavering eye to the legislature of Boston, Massachusetts with unexpectedly thrilling and moving results.
A simply told but richly detailed story of siblings coping with a shared trauma and the spectre of mental illness in different ways, Wildfire, the feature debut of Irish writer-director Cathy Brady casts a thoughtful shadow that only grows larger the longer one sits with it.
The 45th Toronto International Film Festival is celebrating a lot of change this year, and that includes the launch of the inaugural TIFF Tribute Awards tonight on CTV.
Mira Nair’s epic romantic miniseries A Suitable Boy closes out this year’s Toronto International Film Festival with a suitably binge-worthy epic.