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.
As we try to work for a better future, the Grand Prix represents everything we should leave behind.
This documentary about WWII offers a lot of insight, but drowns it in overly-slick filmmaking.
We spoke with Joseph Hillel, whose new documentary focuses on Phyllis Lambert, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, Cornelia Hahn Overlander and Denise Scott Brown, four architects who have shaped the way we look at North American cities.
This all-female remake makes the merely okay ’80s original seem like a comedy classic.
J.T. Leroy tells the story of the famous San Francisco writer who turned out to be a fake.
Lepage au Soleil captures the making of Kanata, a play about indigenous Canadians that was caught in the crossfire of the Slav controversy.
We spoke to director Nadine Gomez about urban environments, modern life and the nature of reality itself.
Starring Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche, this ambitious quasi-sci-fi fable explores prison life, sexuality and spirituality.