Reviews of three very different films screening today at FNC, including the latest from Pedro Costa.
Justine Smith reviews two films screening today at FNC: the Austrian film Lillian and Matthew Rankin’s off-the-wall ode to Canadiana, The Twentieth Century.
Justine Smith looks at three films playing today at FNC, including a retrospective screening of David Cronenberg’s controversial Crash.
Playwright Paul Downs Colaizzo’s directorial debut is well-meaning, but the sitcom-ish treatment does it no favours.
Jessie Buckley gives a career-defining performance as an incredibly talented and incredibly complex aspiring country star in Scotland.
Danny Boyle’s new film isn’t mere nostalgia porn, it’s a minefield of toxic ideas.
Nicolas Wadimoff’s documentary about the mysterious disappearance of a statue is loaded with intrigue and philosophical inquiry.
Seven filmmakers draw inspiration from an 18th century orchestral work based on the last words of Jesus.
The latest, most uninspired chapter in the franchise showcases all the worst impulses of modern blockbuster filmmaking and none of its good ones.
Joanna Hogg’s new film, the first in a trilogy, stars Tilda Swinton’s daughter Honor Swinton Byrne in her first film role.