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‘Quickening’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

In Haya Waseem's debut feature film, a young Pakistani Canadian woman wrestles with her identity.

‘Drunken Birds’ (‘Les oiseaux ivres’): Film Review | TIFF 2021

The second feature from Serbian Canadian director Ivan Grbovic centers on a drug cartel worker who migrates from Mexico to Canada in search of new beginnings and the love of his life.

‘Wildhood’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

A two-spirit Indigenous teenager tries to find his mother, and himself, in this delicate coming-of-age story.

‘You Resemble Me’ (‘Tu Me Ressembles’): Film Review | Venice 2021

Dina Amer's directorial debut revolves around a fragile young Muslim woman in search of purpose.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick Festival Favorites

Eye-opening roles for Oscar Isaac, Penélope Cruz and Benedict Cumberbatch, a slightly bonkers Princess Diana biopic, and gems from Palestine, Mexico and the Philippines are among THR critics' fall…

‘The Catholic School’ (‘La Scuola Cattolica’): Film Review | Venice 2021

In Stefano Mordini's film, based on Edoardo Albinati's fact-based novel of the same name, a group of young, privileged men commit a disturbing crime.

‘7 Prisoners’ (‘7 Prisioneiros’): Film Review | Venice 2021

Alexandre Moratto's sophomore feature follows a group of young men caught in the dangerous world of human trafficking.

Keira Knightley and Lily-Rose Depp in ‘Silent Night’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

What would you do at the end of the world? It’s a question that’s been the subject of so many books and films it borders on cliché. Yet, the diversity of answers it reveals and what they say…

‘Beba’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

In her debut documentary, Rebeca Huntt excavates her family's past in order to understand her present.

‘The Mad Women’s Ball’ (‘Le Bal des folles’): Film Review | TIFF 2021

Mélanie Laurent directs and stars in this French thriller about a woman unjustly institutionalized by her family.

‘True Things’: Film Review | Venice 2021

In Harry Wootliff's second feature, Ruth Wilson plays a woman subsumed by love and struggling to find herself.

‘Freaks Out’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Four circus performers try to escape Nazi-occupied Rome in this fantasy historical drama by Gabriele Mainetti.