Melissa McCarthy Went to “Really Dark Places” for ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’
'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' director Marielle Heller talks Melissa McCarthy going to "really dark places" for her first dramatic leading part in the film, which will premiere at TIFF on Sept. 8.
Netflix Nabs Canadian Zombie Pic ‘Les Affames’
The deal comes as the video streaming giant faces controversy in French-speaking Quebec over its local investment strategy.
‘I, Tonya’: 8 of the Film’s Stars and Their Real-Life Inspirations
The movie centers on the scandal between Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan that rocked the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Glenn Close’s ‘The Wife’ Nabbed by Sony Classics
Jonathan Pryce and Christian Slater also star in Bjorn Runge's adaptation of the Meg Wolitzer novel.
Bleecker Street Picks Up ‘Disobedience’ Starring Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz
Sebastián Lelio directed the relationship drama.
‘The Journey’ (‘Al Rahal’): Film Review | TIFF 2017
A young woman suicide bomber stalks the Baghdad train station with a hostage in Mohamed Al-Daradji’s thriller, ‘The Journey.’
‘Longing’ (‘Ga’agua’): Film Review | TIFF 2017
A middle-aged bachelor discovers he had a son in Savi Gabizon’s offbeat exploration of fatherhood, ‘Longing.’
‘Ava’: Film Review | TIFF 2017
An Iranian teenager rebels against her claustrophobic society in Sadaf Foroughi’s insightful feature debut, ‘Ava.’
‘The Hungry’: Film Review | TIFF 2017
Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra tangle in 'The Hungry,' a handsome Indian take on 'Titus Andronicus,' Shakespeare’s wildest revenge play.
Samuel Goldwyn Films Nabs Toronto Winner ‘Sweet Country’
Aussie director Warwick Thornton's period outback Western earned awards in Venice and Toronto.
‘The Captain’: Film Review | TIFF 2017
Director Robert Schwentke ('The Time Traveler’s Wife,' 'RED,' 'Insurgent') returns to his native Germany with 'The Captain,' a black-and-white film about a deserter during the last days of the Third Reich.
‘Loves Means Zero’: Film Review | TIFF 2017
Jason Kohn's doc 'Love Means Zero' is a portrait of famous tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who trained greats such as Andre Agassi.