The absorbing discomfort of 'Anne at 13,000 ft.'
As much as I love the convenience of watching movies at home I’ll be the first to admit it’
'A Glitch In The Matrix' is afraid of the wrong simulated worlds.
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One of my top five experiences going to the movies of all
As empathy machines, movies can only take us so far
If there is a limit to how far cinema’s role as an empathy machine can go - its line
'Moving On' is a subtle and powerful ode to family
While unintentional, I’d imagine for many the core conceit of Moving On,the feature directorial debut of South Korean
‘Labyrinth Of Cinema’ is a fitting farewell love letter to Japanese filmmaking, from one of its greats
If you have yet to experience a Nobuhiko Obayashi film his final feature, Labyrinth Of Cinema, is a fitting place
A conversation with Toronto Reel Asian's Head of Programming Aram Siu Wai Collier
The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival kicked off this past weekend and continues till Thursday. The 24th iteration of
‘The Greatest Country In The World’ is a searing mystery that interrogates Canadian immigration policy
Through a blistering and frozen Quebec winter The Greatest Country In The World projects the feeling of gathering around a
'Down A Dark Stairwell' is an urgent and careful exploration of division and unity.
Akai Gurley was a Black man who lived in Brooklyn, New York. He was a father. A peace keeper, and
Free your mind with this meditative short doc on lichen and life
I can’t know for certain why, but about four minutes into Lichen, a short documentary by Anishinaabe director Lisa
‘Cowboys’ blazes through the tribulations and joys of raising a trans son
Cowboys directed by Anna Kerrigan - currently available to stream through Inside Out’s online festival - follows a desperate