It's time we take a minute to look at what this guy did wrong, some of which was pretty racist.
Ida Storm filmed herself for years in an attempt to structure her thoughts, and these clips have been crafted into a documentary.
Forget Winona in Girl, Interrupted. The young Norwegian spent years recording her own struggle with the illness on video, resulting in the eye-opening documentary Being Ida.
It's called Hail, Caeser! and it looks fun as hell.
The new biopic by Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin comes on the heels of a searing documentary and a mawkish Ashton Kutcher vehicle. Can anybody get Steve Jobs right?
In the late 1960s, a burgeoning sense of Quebec identity hinged, in part, on some beautiful women taking off their clothes.
We spoke with Toronto filmmaker Lucah Rosenberg-Lee, who explores transphobia, sexism, and racism in his new documentary.
Michael Mohan's SXSW Grand Jury-winning short film, 'Pink Grapefruit,' follows two couples—one on the ups, the other on the outs.
Over 50 years after her death, The Witness investigates the idea that 38 neighbors watched the murder of a young woman in New York and did nothing to stop it.
The film starring Matt Damon is the latest installment of an old genre that's all about problem-solving in the face of very intense problems.
Noisey's new film, The Redemption of the Devil, follows the rockstar turned right-wing evangelist as he becomes a Catholic minister, makes music with Josh Homme, and battles for custody of his child.
The semi-autobiographical, sexually-charged movie was shot in stereoscopic 3D, and it's the director's most narratively ambitious film since 2009's Enter the Void.
This short film contains some of the few audio recordings of Charles Manson since he's been incarcerated. It features the psychedelic art of Leah Shore and voice of Manson parsing everything from God to suicide.
Even for a professional, movie-fueled disassociation is inevitable when covering TIFF.
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous feature-length silent film "Ma" re-imagines the life of the Virgin Mary.
The 24-year-old activist, who has been advising other immigrants for five years, is the subject of a new PBS documentary.
The new documentary Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead takes an inside look at rise and fall of the famously irreverent humor mag.
VICE talked to filmmaker Jeanie Finlay about her new documentary, the story of musician Jimmy 'Orion' Ellis who had an uncanny resemblance—both physically and musically—to the King.
The Creators Project talks to filmmaker Bas Berkhout about creating the riveting doc, 40 Years in Prison, which follows a 56-year-old prisoner on the day he's released from jail.
It's based on Michael Lewis's book The Big Short, and is due out this Christmas.
Like my white friends, I learned how to be a proper teenager through movies—except for most of the films I watched didn't have any real black characters.
Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz discuss cockroaches and working with young actors following the movie's stateside release.
"We've had two viewers faint so far," say the directors behind the creepy flick.
With less than a week left at TIFF to catch the best Canada has to offer, we put together a list of five Canadian films you should watch.