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Finally, a romantic comedy that Toronto can call its own.
In which Benedict Cumberbatch tries out various expressions, Ethan Hawke wears black, and Robert Pattinson drinks no blood at all.
We talk to celebrity-signature wranglers and get some "no's" and "piss off's"—and also a few tips.
Torontonians apparently want Jon Stewart to run for mayor, and Jennifer Aniston to look at revealing 20-year-old photos of herself.
In which Robert John Downey, Jr. proves for the 18-billionth time that he is a lovable scamp.
The festival's homegrown slate features a host of familiar faces and plenty of young blood.
Sean Astin and Howie Mandel take on Kurt Vonnegut. Really.
It's fair to say Denis Villeneuve's Enemy shows Toronto like you've never seen it before—and that's not a bad thing at all.
Post-secondary students get chance to learn from cinema greats.
The pointless remake trend continues as Robocop comes to town, and Toronto takes a turn as Detroit.
Even a Jesse Barfield cameo can't save this locally shot "comedy" with a 1980s dream team of Kathleen Turner, Burt Reynolds, and Christopher Reeve.
Profiling some of the festival's takes on artists, both celebrated and fringe.
Extensive newsreel collection now available on YouTube reveals glimpses of city's past.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
Toronto owes a strange cinematic debt to Tommy Lee Jones, Nicolas Cage, and, um, Dennis Rodman.
New service will set patrons up with films, music, and TV shows.
In Bruce McDonald's latest film, McCabe-Lokos, who also co-wrote the script, turns in a performance that is both captivating and excruciating to watch.
A terrible film spawned two direct-to-video sequels. Naturally, everything was shot in Toronto.