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TIFF Cinematheque's showcase of the auteur's career highlights his contributions to the procedural thriller and his shift to digital cinema.
The complete retrospective features new 35-mm prints and introductions from film scholars.
Exhibition celebrates the 50-year career of the enigmatic, genre-hopping American filmmaker.
Here's how to get your fill of gore, guts, and ghouls this October.
"Godard Forever: Part Two" spans the French filmmaker's post-1960s output, from his radical 1970s work to this year's Adieu au language.
The biopic of the British code-breaker persecuted for his sexuality took home the coveted Grolsch People’s Choice Award.
Some tips on what to see to make the most of the last of the festival.
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.
Beers, bars, and broken English make up Hong Sang-soo's latest delight.
Willem Defoe steps into the shoes and thick frames of Pier Paolo Pasolini for Abel Ferrara's dreamy portrait.
Viggo Mortensen wanders into the heart of darkness in this strange little off-Western.
Nothing shatters the illusion that TIFF is about art like seeing people with TIFF lanyards eating at Hooters.
Torontonians apparently want Jon Stewart to run for mayor, and Jennifer Aniston to look at revealing 20-year-old photos of herself.
The missed opportunity that was Festival Street, and why Torontonians should embrace TIFF without all the grumbling.
Simon Pegg signs a doll version of himself and Elizabeth Banks wears what appear to be drapes to close out the first weekend of TIFF.
Stephen Hawking finds love and a unifying theory of everything in a standard biopic.
Jake Gyllenhaal delivers another expert creepy performance in this entertaining but stale L.A. noir.