Our highlights of the MIBFF, from red carpet events to neighbourhood screenings, featuring exciting new films from around the world.
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FNC’s 52nd edition, running Oct. 4 to 15, also promises titles by Todd Haynes, Bertrand Bonello, Catherine Breillat and other filmmakers behind some of the year’s most celebrated films.
An interview with social media icon Jordan Firstman, who plays a version of himself in the new film by Chilean director Sebastián Silva.
Sophie Dupuis’s drag drama Solo, the exceptional lesbian fight club comedy Bottoms, The Nun II, The Equalizer 3, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 and more.
Sandra Hüller stars in both Jonathan Glazer’s unnerving family drama on the literal periphery of the Holocaust and Justine Triet’s unsettling mystery and courtroom drama, which won the Grand Prix and Palme d’Or at Cannes, respectively.
An interview with director Pier-Philippe Chevigny about his debut feature, a fictional film based on the harsh reality of temporary foreign workers in Quebec.
An interview with director Kirsten Carthew about going home to the Northwest Territories to shoot Polaris, a film about a young girl raised by a polar bear.
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