September 9, 2013 The weekend brings some of the higher-profile films to Toronto, including a couple of early Oscar contenders.
September 7, 2013 The first 10 films you see at the Toronto International Film Festival are the 10 that set the tone for the week you're going to have. So let's talk about how it's going so far.
September 6, 2013 Director Lynn Shelton (Humpday) reunites with Your Sister's Sister co-star Rosemarie DeWitt for the tale of a Seattle massage therapist who develops a sudden aversion to touching people. Josh Pais, Ellen Page and Allison Janney round out the cast.
September 5, 2013 A young high school teacher (Lindsay Burdge) begins an affair with one of her students (Will Brittain) in Hannah Fidell's debut feature. But she's no predator; in fact the power plays in the relationship may be her undoing.
September 5, 2013 Adapted by scripter Christopher Hampton from a Doris Lessing novella, the sand-and-surfy soap Adore centers on two Aussie friends (Robin Wright, Naomi Watts) who get into all kinds of trouble with each other's adolescent sons. Critic Ella Taylor says ... well, she pretty much says "Harrumph."
September 5, 2013 Set in 1958, this French comedy is about a young woman (Deborah Francois) who's average in every way but two: her looks and her typing speed. It's the latter quality that excites her new boss (Romain Duris), who enters her in international competitions.
September 4, 2013 We look ahead at the upcoming week at the Toronto International Film Festival, from the films we want to see to the ones we know we won't get to (sorry, four-hour documentaries!). We consider how to juggle an overabundance of promise and live with the inevitability of occasional disappointment.
September 3, 2013 Hayao Miyazaki recently announced his intention to stop making feature-length films. His movies taught Code Switch's Kat Chow lessons she didn't learn at school or from family.
August 29, 2013 A stylish, beautifully shot revenge drama from the famously exacting director revels in its genre excesses — and displays a mastery and control that are every bit as beautiful to look at as the film's lush visuals.