Starring Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche, this ambitious quasi-sci-fi fable explores prison life, sexuality and spirituality.
Laszlo Nemes’s Sunset is as immersive a film experience as any, and it has absolutely nothing to do with 3D or virtual reality.
Jackass director Jeff Tremaine struggles with rock biopic conventions in Netflix movie The Dirt.
We talked to director Joe Penna about his inspiration for Arctic and making movies in the extreme cold.
Karyn Kusama’s film has its hard-boiled clichés but hits the right notes with its low-key grit.
First-time filmmaker Henry Dunham on getting a dubious but ideology-free genre film made in a charged political climate.
Brady Corbet’s overthought satire starring Natalie Portman makes Lars von Trier looks subtle.
Quebec cinematographer Will Allen on filming the misunderstood mammals and the tragic end of the activist director who loved them.
*Liminals: A Para-fiction of Transcendence art exhibition
*Lez Spread the Word at Fitzroy
*Phenomena festival off-season program
*Cam Maclean launches his solo record with Blue Material, Margo
*Festival des Films du Monde de Montréal screenings
*Surfaces street art expo
*Victory Chimes & Daniel Isaiah play La Vitrola
*Botanical Design workshop