Our reviews of the festival's films about cinema and the entertainment industry.
The Monty Python cast member speaks (sort of) to Torontoist about reuniting with the old gang.
Mac Fyfe returns to his Dora Award–winning role as the charismatic Canadian prime minister in VideoCabaret’s satirical history lesson, Trudeau and Lévesque.
Toronto's music officer looks to the city's musical community for guidance in a preliminary town hall.
Asylum Reflection by Randy Hoffmann
Barcelona is building a traffic bridge out of pollution-neutralizing concrete. Chicago has paved a road with it. Could Toronto adopt the trend?
Tired of chatting about Toronto's depressing sports teams? Then check out some local news: ranked ballots could actually be a thing, a new app helps cyclists name and shame scofflaw drivers, and the grand marshal of Pride 2015 is announced.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
A look at some of the comedy-centric films in this year's Hot Docs festival roster, and whether or not they deliver.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
Searching to nail down an "it" factor, the art museum's latest fundraiser gala falls short.
We look at a case study where tenants say complaints are routinely ignored by their landlord, and whether new efforts by the City can change the system for the better.
The Sheppard LRT has been pushed back way into the future, and could be operational 20 years after its original announcement.
Thousands celebrated the Sikh new year in one of Canada's largest annual parades.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
What's the point after the Raptors lost so miserably last night? Dry your tears while you read about some current events: how drug treatment helped one woman, recently replaced police chief Bill Blair is already planning a political career, and the social security backlog is still "massive."
Dr. Frederick L. Conboy's career as a dentist and public-health advocate leads to four years in the mayor's chair.
In the news today: Union gets a new concourse, transit deserts are contributing to economic inequality, and a change to a ruling on aboriginal healthcare rights.