If esteemed French filmmaker Éric Rohmer were still alive today, and he decided to make a movie about modern dude-bros, the result might look something like The Climb, which is the most European feeling American comedy in quite some time.
The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão, which won Un Certain Regard at Cannes earlier this year, is a vibrant, socially relevant, and richly told story of sisterhood ripped apart by men who see women as nothing more than baby making objects.
White Lie, the latest and most straightforward effort from Canadian filmmakers Calvin Thomas and Yonah Lewis, is an emotionally devastating look at a young woman who’s learning the hard way that the deception of others is a road that could lead to ruin.
An inventive, darkly comedic, and assuredly entertaining neo-noir, Romanian filmmaker Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Whistlers takes an unusual concept and weaves it into one of the most memorable and satisfying mysteries of the year.
The deeply personal, painfully honest, and subtly witty Pain and Glory finds writer-director Pedro Almodóvar and leading man Antonio Banderas delivering some of their career best work.
Black Conflux is the type of film that you’ll keep thinking about long after you’ve left the theatre.
It’s the best time of year in Toronto if you love film. The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival is just days away, and the full list of expected stars, talent, creators, and filmmakers has been announced.
Let the countdown begin! The Toronto International Film Festival is less than 12 weeks away, and there are some key dates coming up that you need to know for purchasing packages and tickets.
Clara is director Akash Sherman’s second feature film, and it’s an impressive, moving, and smart cinematic work with compelling performances by Patrick J. Adams as Dr. Isaac Bruno, and Troian Bellisario as Clara.
One of the most tonally off-putting and frustrating depictions of a family attempting to work through, with, and around the addiction issues of a loved one, Beautiful Boy is a well intentioned, but altogether too earnest, hollow, and baffling assembled melodrama that plays more like a parody of an afterschool special than a serious drama.