A film actress battles sexism in Midi Z’s #MeToo noir thriller
A Tarkovskian biopic of Michelangelo Buonarroti’s life from Russian master Andrei Konchalovsky
A post-war art chase gets a stale Hollywood makeover.
Modernization gets the absurdist treatment in Cathy Yan’s labyrinthian ‘Dead Pigs’
A mother searches for her lost son on the fringes of the Mexico-U.S border in this chilling, transgressive debut from Fernanda Valdez.
Promising Young Woman is injected with hyper-femininity and candy-coated aesthetics that coexist surprisingly well with the fairly dark subject matter that the film deals with. It…
One Berlin theatre writer drops everything for her terminally ill brother in this Swiss drama by director duo Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond.
A wise person once said “To lose a child is like losing your breath and never catching it again” and this movie has proven it to be true. In If Anything Happens I Love You both par…
Epicentro is a gorgeous film made stale by a failed attempt to breathe dignity into those one unconsciously views as less than.
Do dreams have a common thread, a stitching tied to the fabric of our own truths, or are they simply an amalgamation of arbitrary bits of our lives? Nyholm’s film suggests the form…
Jessica Hinkson and Laura Nordin reflect on their second collaboration, ‘Joey’.
Ghosts, time travel, possession and murder were all on display at the 13th annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival this October. This year’s program brought a mix of genre cinema f…
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