Posts Filed Under: film
One of Canada's top photographers speaking at OCAD tomorrow for one night only.
Martin Sheen plays a right wing populist who could lead the country to nuclear war.
With bonus Peter Zezel content.
Reel Toronto remains the best resource to see what's filmed in the city, though.
Featuring U of T, Scaramouche, and more.
On our streets, bad guys take on badder guys.
Take a 3-D movie and add wind, snow, fog, and chairs that pitch and shake.
The specialty fest hosts screenings and discussions about mental illness and addiction.
Going back in time to this 1987 movie, in which Toronto plays Chicago.
A political thriller that makes the most of Nathan Phillips Square.
Helping you keep things spooky all throughout October.
Michael J. Fox and Al Waxman make some (not-so-serious) Canadian film history.
Toronto filmmaker Hugh Gibson's documentary sheds light on recovering addicts and social workers in Regent Park.
With just three days left in the festival, [re]Assignment is really angering viewers.
As the festival begins to wind down, an important Canadian documentary and an LBJ biopic screen.
Some TIFF deals get made, too.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.