Based on the true story of a violent coup in the Timbuktu region of Africa, Timbuktu is a gorgeous film that examines the power of the human spirit in the face of unthinkable brutality.
Marcuss Pinn delves into the tradition of 1980's New York City in Cinema.
Bruno Dumont's latest film Li'l Quinquin is like Twin Peaks mixed with all the good elements from Gummo, set in rural northern France.
One of the biggest surprises of 2014 was a little feel-good movie about a chef-turned-food trucker written, directed and starring Jon Favreau.
Mike Leigh's latest film wonderfully captures a complex portrait of an artist through the phenomenal acting talent that is Timothy Spall.
Marcus Pinn continues his TIFF coverage with a review of Pasolini, starring Willem Dafoe.
Director Anton Corbijn has finally found his footing with A Most Wanted Man.
Here's your "Begin Again" pull-quote: "This wasn't as bad as I thought it would be!"
If the criterion collection knew what was good for them they'd work on making this a future new release
Night Moves is the story of “Josh” (Jesse Eisenberg) & “Dena” (Dakota Fanning) – two passionate environmentalists that are fed up with just talking about saving the planet. With the help of a like-minded ex-marine; "Harmon" (Peter Sarsgaard), they set out to blow up a