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Review: VR POP is compelling study of empathy & real-world storytelling Special

TIFF’s second pop-up installation explores VR’s potential to put people in other people’s lives via a variety of storytelling styles.

Review: ‘Only Yesterday’ gets new audience with English-dub Special

‘Only Yesterday’ is marking the anniversary of the picturesque but lesser known animation with a new English-language version.

Review: ‘One Floor Below’ plays with audience expectations Special

‘One Floor Below’ takes a common, adrenaline-fuelled plot and turns it into a slow burning thriller in which the anxiety gradually increases until it reaches the boiling point.

Review: ‘Boy and the World’ is a sad, wondrous and vivid journey Special

‘Boy and the World’ is this year’s surprise animated Oscar nominee, but it more than earns its spot with a unique style and captivating story.

Review: ‘The Assassin’ presents a strong, silent female hero Special

‘The Assassin’ is a high-tension, female-driven action movie that balances action with aesthetic, and trusts in the ability of its lead actress.

Review: TIFF retrospective screens Maurice Pialat’s most successful film Special

TIFF’s retrospective, “Love Exists: The Films of Maurice Pialat,” is a comprehensive look at the unsentimental French director’s body of work and includes his most successful picture.

Review: Sophia Loren steals attention in De Sica retrospective Special

TIFF Cinematheque is presenting a retrospective on Vittorio De Sica, but he’ll have to share the spotlight in many cases; particularly when the film features the impressive talents of Sophia Loren.

Review: Closing films at Human Rights Watch Fest about improving life Special

The last three days of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival features stories about challenging the status quo to improve people’s lives.

Review: Retrospective shows Barbara Stanwyck was force to reckon with Special

The Barbara Stanwyck retrospective at TIFF Bell Lightbox highlights an accomplished career of many strong female characters.

Film festival features Canada’s 10 best in cinema

The 14th annual Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival showcases the country’s best in cinema, including this year’s Oscar submission.

Godard’s 3D experiment, ‘Goodbye to Language,’ comes to Toronto

French New Wave filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s experimental and critically acclaimed 3D film, ‘Goodbye to Language,’ is opening in Toronto.

Review: Exhibition immerses visitors in the world of Stanley Kubrick Special

The Stanley Kubrick exhibition in Toronto provides an invaluable glimpse into the creative process of one of cinema’s most enigmatic filmmakers.

NYC cinema comes to Toronto

TIFF Bell Lightbox is hosting retrospectives that spotlight two filmmakers from New York who have influenced independent cinema: Jim Jarmusch and Sara Driver.

Westeros comes to Toronto with 'Game of Thrones the Exhibition' Special

For the third year in a row, 'Game of Thrones the Exhibition' has arrived in Toronto. This year's exhibit is chock-full of costumes, weapons, props and a very realistic experience with the help of Oculus Rift.

Review: 'Godard Forever' is one-half of a revolutionary body of work Special

The first part of a two-season Jean-Luc Godard retrospective at TIFF Bell Lightbox includes five films that explore the representation of women in interesting ways.

Review: Bette Davis was larger than life – and the screen Special

TIFF Cinematheque – Hollywood classics features a comprehensive tribute to the notable work of one of the greatest actresses to emerge from the studio system: “The Hard Way: The Films of Bette Davis.”

Review: ‘Drug War’ wins the battle hands-down Special

In ‘Drug War,’ a man turns informant to avoid the death penalty after being arrested for running a methamphetamine lab in China.

Review: Travel to ‘Cherbourg’ and ‘Rochefort’ with Jacques Demy Special

French auteur Jacques Demy’s take on the Hollywood musical is showcased in a full TIFF Cinematheque retrospective of his work, including ‘The Umbrellas of Cherbourg’ and ‘The Young Girls of Rochefort.’

Review: Her name was ‘Lola’ and she worked in a ‘Model Shop’ Special

Legendary French director Jacques Demy is the focus of a full TIFF Cinematheque retrospective, featuring his first female protagonist in ‘Lola’ and her return to the screen in ‘Model Shop.’

Review: ‘La Jetée’ is a sci-fi education Special

‘La Jetée’ is Chris Marker's influential science fiction classic and one of cinema's most profound meditations on time and memory.

Review: ‘Early Summer’ displays multiple levels of genius Special

‘Early Summer’ is a poignant drama from director Yasujirô Ozu about a family quietly disintegrating in the wake of their daughter's unexpected decision to marry.

Review: ‘Tokyo Story’ has the mark of a diva Special

Director Yasujirô Ozu’s ‘Tokyo Story’ is an acclaimed movie with a simple story, but a distinct style that is only done further justice when seen on a big screen.

Op-Ed: Closing Weekend – Toronto Inside Out LGBT Film Festival Special

Toronto - Toronto’s Inside Out LGBT Film Festival has built up a strong loyal following of filmgoers over the 22 years since they began, and each year the line-up of feature presentations, parties, and celebrity attendees never disappoints.

Monaco's royal couple to open new Grace Kelly exhibit in Toronto

Toronto - Possibly one of the first royal celebrities, Grace Kelly captured the world as a Hollywood starlet, princess and style icon. A new exhibit is opening next week in her honor and Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco will be present.
 

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Walter Huston  Barbara Stanwyck and Wendell Corey in a scene from  The Furies
Walter Huston, Barbara Stanwyck and Wendell Corey in a scene from 'The Furies'
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Original costumes from  Spartacus  at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Original costumes from 'Spartacus' at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from  The Furies
Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from 'The Furies'
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A scene from Jean-Luc Godard s  Goodbye to Language
A scene from Jean-Luc Godard's 'Goodbye to Language'
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A scene from  Baby Face
A scene from 'Baby Face'
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Barbara Stanwyck and Kirk Douglas in a scene from  The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
Barbara Stanwyck and Kirk Douglas in a scene from 'The Strange Love of Martha Ivers'
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Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from  Double Indemnity
Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from 'Double Indemnity'
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A scene from TIFF s second VR pop-up installation
A scene from TIFF's second VR pop-up installation
Connie Tsang Photography for TIFF
Letters from the Catholic Church’s Legion of Decency condemning  Lolita  on display at Stanley Kub...
Letters from the Catholic Church’s Legion of Decency condemning 'Lolita' on display at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Sarah Gopaul outside the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at TIFF Bell Lightbox
Sarah Gopaul outside the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at TIFF Bell Lightbox
Courtesy Sarah Gopaul
Sophia Loren and Eleanora Brown star in  Two Women
Sophia Loren and Eleanora Brown star in 'Two Women'
Courtesy of TIFF Film Reference Library
Model of war room from  Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb  at Sta...
Model of war room from 'Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Ed Munn and Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from  Stella Dallas
Ed Munn and Barbara Stanwyck in a scene from 'Stella Dallas'
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Jean-Luc Godard s dog is featured in his latest picture   Goodbye to Language
Jean-Luc Godard's dog is featured in his latest picture, 'Goodbye to Language'
Wild Bunch
Marcello Mastroianni and Sophia Loren star in  Yesterday  Today and Tomorrow
Marcello Mastroianni and Sophia Loren star in 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow'
Courtesy of Kino Kerber
The  white room  inspired by  2001: A Space Odyssey  at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
The "white room" inspired by '2001: A Space Odyssey' at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Chess set on display at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Chess set on display at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni star in  Yesterday  Today and Tomorrow
Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni star in 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow'
Courtesy of Tamasa
Joker s  Born to Kill  helmet from  Full Metal Jacket  at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Joker's "Born to Kill" helmet from 'Full Metal Jacket' at Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

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