We spoke with Sophie Bédard Marcotte about her new film, a fiction/documentary hybrid in which she appears as herself.
Nadav Lapid’s Golden Bear-winning film is personal, soulful and confrontational in all the best ways.
Destin Daniel Cretton’s depiction of a real-life legal case is touching, even if it relies on some familiar tropes.
Karim Aïnouz’s film of Martha Batalha’s novel explores class and privilege, pointing out that hindsight isn’t always 20/20.
We spoke to François Girard about his new film, an exploration of memory, WWII and friendship through music.
Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic book is inventive, moving and filled with beauty.
Tom Hooper’s CGI hybrid adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical foregoes all common sense and logic.
Despite great performances by its three leads, this is a toothless take on U.S. politics and systemic abuse.
Roger Frappier and Justin Kingsley’s new film documents the creation and performance of a First Nations opera.
Trey Edward Shults on the role of Florida and the challenge of shooting a road trip in his new film.