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Before he was a fine artist, Charles Pachter wandered the Canadian National Exhibition as a four-year-old for the NFB in 1947.
From embattled punk bands to Yakuza vampires, this year's action-thriller-horror series has something for everyone but your children and your grandmother.
The festival celebrates its 40th anniversary with a reciprocating saw-sporting Jake Gyllenhaal and a man-bunned Paul Gross.
The Standard Theatre as a centre of Jewish cultural life in Toronto.
The summer-long programme offers highlights from heavy-hitters like Rosselini, Fellini, and Antonioni.
We examine the body of work from Toronto's most prolific filmmaker.
The fest-within-the-fest spotlights Amy Winehouse, Brendan Canning, and industrial music.
Tacita Dean / Daniel Young and Christian Giroux profiles the conceptual artists' gorgeous and absorbing experiments with film stock in the potentially waning days of the medium.
The singular fest introduces important works by and about Deaf, hard of hearing, and Deaf-blind people.
The ambitious but short-lived Conness-Till movie studio in Swansea.
We take a look at the best bets for the 25th annual Inside Out Film Festival.
Documentary filmmaker Rodney Ascher brings the nocturnal phenomenon of sleep paralysis to life in The Nightmare.
Director Crystal Moselle stumbled upon a unique group of six brothers by accident, and the result is one of the most fascinating looks at family, film, and passion at Hot Docs.
A look at some of the comedy-centric films in this year's Hot Docs festival roster, and whether or not they deliver.
An "over-praised and over-attacked" movie filmed in Toronto in 1958.
A young Canadian filmmaker's doomed ambition to make a movie in Toronto.
We chat with the Toronto-based rising star ahead of the 2015 WIFT-T Showcase, profiling the work of women in screen-based media.
A glance at some of the upcoming festival's highlights.