This year's TIFF lineup looks pretty dope.
Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman is the hard-hitting feminist superhero we've been waiting for.
While the teaser actually has new footage in it, it's about as boring as watching trains go by, because it is literally just that.
Director Brady Corbet explains why he wanted to make a movie about what it would take to transform a young child into an evil dictator.
Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.
The Traders actor's take on Samwell Tarly—the nicest man in Westeros—is surprisingly dark.
On the 15th anniversary of Miyazaki's cult animation, a look back on its huge global significance.
We spoke to filmmaker Jim Cummings about his award-winning film Thunder Road and how he got the rights to use the Springsteen classic that inspired it.
We spoke to one of the filmmakers behind 'Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things' about Iqaluit's LGBT community and its struggle to define itself.
Isabella Rossellini tells us about when she truly understood who Lynch is as an artist.
The film that tanked compared to The Virgin Suicides and Lost in Translation is one Sofia Coppola should be praised for.
"We can't sit around and wait for other people to hire us and get comfortable."
We meet the Danish director in his hometown of Copenhagen before the release of his new dark drama The Neon Demon to discuss the intersection between Hollywood and European cinema.
On this episode of OUTSIDER, we head out on a road trip with Nelson to learn more about his life-long fascination with horror films.
Does it get worse than watching Pink Flamingos with your grandma? Actually, it does.
We went to Rome's Suburra, the location of a new modern Mafia film, to find out.
'Bang Gang', a new film about teenage sex parties sweeping through a provincial town during a heatwave, makes you remember the lurch of pubescent lust.
CUT-OFF meets Indigenous youth who grew up without drinking water.
"Kate Plays Christine" is a doco following American actress Kate Lyn Sheil as she prepares to play the role of the first person to commit suicide live on air, reporter Christine Chubbuck.
Manoman follows a meek man and the living, naked, hairy embodiment of his inner id down the path of testosterone-fueled destruction.
We spoke to director Nanfu Wang about her harrowing documentary Hooligan Sparrow about the Chinese government's relentless pursuit of activist Ye Haiyan.
The remarkable new film stars 11-year-old dancer Royalty Hightower while tackling issues of race, class, and gender.
Jorah Mormont isn't the only guy who's caught an incurable disease on his arm that will eventually consume his body and then kill him.
The new wave of Canadian filmmakers don't want to be Paul Gross.