‘Anne at 13,000 Ft.’: Film Review
Rising Canadian star Deragh Campbell plays a troubled young woman trying to navigate daily life in director Kazik Radwanski’s character study, 'Anne at 13,000 Ft.'
Film Review: ‘Zana’
Kosovo's official Oscar submission 'Zana' is a somber family drama with psychological horror overtones.
‘I Am Not Alone’: Film Review
Garin Hovannisian's first feature-length documentary, 'I Am Not Alone,' which premiered in Toronto, follows an Armenian opposition leader as he galvanizes his put-upon fellow citizens.
‘Arab Blues’ (‘Un Divan à Tunis’): Film Review | TIFF 2019
A shrink (Golshifteh Farahani) moves from Paris to her hometown, Tunis, in 'Arab Blues,' a comedy from writer-director Manele Labidi.
‘Maria’s Paradise’ (‘Marian paratiisi’): Film Review | TIFF 2019
Pihla Viitala, Satu Tuuli Karhu and Saga Sarkola star as the points of a love triangle in 'Maria's Paradise,' a Finnish drama about a real-life cult leader.
‘Heroic Losers’ (‘La odisea de los giles’): Film Review | TIFF 2019
Sebastian Borensztein's caper film 'Heroic Losers' sets plebeians against plutocrats during Argentina's great depression.
‘The Capote Tapes’: Film Review | TIFF 2019
Ebs Burnough's doc portrait 'The Capote Tapes' relies partly on interviews conducted by George Plimpton.
‘The Lost Okoroshi’: Film Review | TIFF 2019
A revered spirit possesses a frightened man in 'The Lost Okoroshi,' Abba Makama's semi-comic take on tradition versus contemporary mores.
A24 Picks Up Midnight Madness Movie ‘Saint Maud’
A24 has picked up North American rights to 'Saint Maud,' one of the buzziest movies from the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness program.
Toronto: Hugh Jackman Comedy ‘Bad Education’ Nabbed by HBO
HBO has landed rights to the black comedy 'Bad Education,' a film that stars Hugh Jackman as real-life figure Frank Tassone, the charismatic Roslyn School District superintendent who became embroiled in an epic case of fraud.
‘1982’: Film Review | TIFF 2019
Nadine Labaki, director of the Oscar-nominated drama 'Capernaum,' appears in Oualid Mouaness' '1982,' an oblique look at the start of Israel's invasion of Lebanon set in a posh Beirut private school.
Toronto: Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Noir Thriller ‘Burnt Orange Heresy’
Giuseppe Capotondi's thriller 'The Burnt Orange Heresy' has been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics for North America.