“The heavy-handed political ideas feel necessary to underline the conviction that America is a dangerous place for non-white people and poor people.”
Jon M. Chu’s powerful adaptation of the Broadway hit is a timely celebration of community and solidarity.
John Krasinski returns to the well of his surprise hit with pretty poor results.
“A rich and vibrant community of Montrealers using the app in fun and creative ways.”
Director Azazel Jacobs spoke with us about his Montreal-shot film.
An interview with Canadian acting royalty about taking on a challenging lead role.
“If the project results in more films like Green Book and Mulan, it will be all for naught.”
Great performances and a naturalistic universe make Joey Klein’s film compelling.
An interview with Carlo Mirabella-Davis about his new film, which is now available on VOD.
Abdellatif Kechiche’s controversial, long-delayed follow-up to the divisive Blue Is the Warmest Colour is as impressive as it is hopelessly out of touch.