Tilda, Tsvian and Don Johnson
Whit Stillman returns with a toe-tapping college-girl fantasy
Damsels in Distress, and a director in distress
Sacha Baron Cohen is The DictatorWe know -- you're excited about The Dark Knight Rises. And The Avengers. And Hunger Games. So are we. We're also excited about a lot of other movies whose marketing campaigns have not inundated us with white noise (yet). Allow us to suggest a few more films to ... More >>
Handicapping the Oscars out of Toronto won't work this year
Greta Gerwig in Whit Stillman's Damsels in Distress Tragic romance is a big TIFF theme this year. Soured love tied to death and/or suicide and/or beautifully-lit misery has popped up in eight of the nine films I've seen since I last blogged. At the festival midway point, I've seen so many mov ... More >>
Brad Pitt in Moneyball The Toronto Film Festival kicks off tomorrow, offering the usual mix of Oscar bait, new films from foreign and experimental masters, and basically every conceivable thing in between. With the caveat that the lineup, hundreds of films strong, could not possibly be tackle ... More >>
The festival goes back to its roots or does it?
Back in sight
Also, Unsettled, Up the Yangtze and more
Heads and hearts collide
Michele O’Marah’s Faustus’ Children at Sister Gallery
Inside the old spirits, indie fucks, gay best friends and outlaws
Will we be eclipsed by the European Union?
Steven Soderbergh and his new film, Traffic
Breaking the fever in Whit Stillman's