The Ugandan film studio travels to Canada for the first time – and new films from Cory Finley, Takashi Miike and Joey Klein.
As TIFF starts to wind down, we weigh in on the new Springsteen concert documentary, a refreshing English teen drama and a complete misfire starring Natalie Portman.
Jennifer Lopez is spectacular in this true story of Wall Street douchebags getting served.
A pulp fiction adaptation, a Chinese street vendor/anarchist doc and a rare look at organized crime middle management.
This prestigious adaptation of the beloved Donna Tartt book is a polished but superficial version of a great story.
…including a contemporary take on Les Misérables and Dakota Fanning wading into dodgy waters.
PLUS more chaotic scumbag energy from the brilliant Safdie brothers, Pablo Larraín’s follow-up to Jackie and more from TIFF day 6.
PLUS new movies from Rian Johnson, Sophie Deraspe and Marielle Heller’s Mister Rogers movie.
Our Screen team also weighs in on Robert Eggers’ bugnuts follow-up to The Witch, a couple of end-of-life dramas and a disappointing time-travel film.
PLUS Roy Andersson’s bizarre oeuvre persists, popes talk shop and a colour-blind approach to David Copperfield.