Archive for 'John Semley'
TIFF day five and just like Paul Williams, we're still alive!
Francis Ford Coppola's latest is an expressionistic mini-masterpiece of grotesque. With 3D!
A funny, ballsy, and bloody Canadian hockey movie. About time.
TIFF day four and we've got more! Reviews, that is!
A wrenching, darkly funny debut feature.
With a little help from filmmaker Stephen Kessler, Paul Williams makes it over that rainbow.
Hey kids! You like independent rock and roll music? You like T-shirts with faded corporate logos on them? Well then you'll love... aw, no you won't.
If you like seeing catatonic rape victims get drugs crammed inside of them, this is your Citizen Kane, sicko.
Willem Dafoe plays a heartless poacher with a heart of gold. Wait, what?
Some laboured class anxiety curdles a serviceable teen romance.
Unsurprisingly, the Dardennes latest is great. Surprisingly, it's not even that despairing!
On the third day of TIFF-mas, the fest programmed for you: some shorts, silents, and George Clooney too.
We talk with the writer, director, and star of i am a good person/i am a bad person.
Our chat with the director of the gutsy, illuminating Pink Ribbons, Inc.
It's TIFF day two, and have we got reviews for you!
Strong performances leaven this fairly straightforward tale of male competition
A fittingly masterful exercise in creation under duress.
Béla Tarr's (alleged) final film is a fitting end: long, tragic, slow, beautiful... you know, all that stuff.