Culture and Literary Works: A Discussion with JLF Toronto’s Namita Gokhale
Comic Book Grading 101 – Part 1: Deciding to Grade
Bring on The Drama: Bobbi Brown Cosmetics introduces the Couture Drama Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2019
Frame by Frame, a Macabre Tale – ‘SHe’ Review [MulanIFF 2019]
Passion for the Written Word: Discussing Literature with Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Vikas Swarup: Literature, Diplomacy, and Slumdog Millionaire
Anosh Irani and his Playwright Journey
Crafting a Festival: AD Wei Shen Discusses the Making of MulanIFF 2019
The One That Escaped – ‘Warm House’ Review [MulanIFF 2019]
August 8, 2019
Wei Dan’s Warm House, also known in Chinese as “Out of the Mother’s Womb,” is a tale of the harsh...
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) – Film Review
August 1, 2019
Director: David Leitch Writer: Chris Morgan Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby, and Helen Mirren Runtime: 135 min...
Narrating the Scars
September 7, 2018
Director Yona Rozenkier shares his journey in making of TIFF 2018 film 'The Dive', a personal story between him and his brothers that he wishes to tell.
Never Saw It Coming
August 16, 2018
I am turning into my mother. I know. How many times have you heard that? But as time passes, I...
Real or Ridiculous: Dark Humour in Canadian Film Festival Short Films
March 21, 2018
A filmmaker may choose to use the short film style for a variety of reasons. Short film can be poignant and emotional, or shocking and absurd. It can drive home a message succinctly and powerfully, or leave us with a few minutes of gorgeous imagery.
Absurd Adolescents: The Coming of Age Tale Grows Up at TIFF 2017
September 25, 2017
We dig into the coming of age genre and its evolution into something more, spotlighting a number of TIFF 2017 films to showcase this change.
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