Despite flights of fancy, Stephen Dunn's coming out tale Closet Monster proceeds in fairly archetypal ways, but the film’s ambition and strong leading actor make the film one to take a chance on.
The BFG is the first Disney film directed by Steven Spielberg and delivers the blend of classic storytelling and modern moviemaking we hoped it would.
From Conchords to Thor, Hunt For The Wilderpeople director Taika Waititi talks adapting a New Zealand icon and cordoning off his own piece of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Is there a place for a throwback blockbuster like Independence Day: Resurgence in today's increasingly global movie market? Maybe!
Finding Dory is another sequel in a summer full of sequels that feel like sequels, and not in a good way.
Raiders! tells the story of three kids who decided to take up a video camera in 1982 and do a shot-for-shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark, a feat even more preposterous prior to the age of home video releases.
Don't believe the hype, Warcraft might be the summer's most original blockbuster.
A year after his Palme d'Or win at Cannes, Jacques Audiard talks to us about what the genre-bending Dheepan meant to him.
Can Money Monster's talented cast and director bring relevant social commentary to the Hollywood thriller?
If comedy is tragedy plus time, when is the right time if the tragedy is of the magnitude of genocide?
We speak with actor/ musician Ferdia Walsh-Peelo about landing the lead role in his feature film debut Sing Street and what music he would pass down to younger generations who didn't know any better.
We talk with Sharlto Copley about working with first time director Ilya Naishuller on the first person action flick Hardcore Henry, his own directing aspirations and what's on his Dork Shelf.
TIFF favourite Sleeping Giant is one of the most impressive debut films to come out of Canada in a long time.
Jean-Marc Vallée directs Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts in Demolition.
First person action flick Hardcore Henry moves at such a frantic pace that it may cause motion sickness, thankfully the movie itself is also pretty sick.
Michael Shannon once again teams with director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) for a different kind of film, Midnight Special shoots for the stars and hits every one.
Batman v Superman is Zack Snyder's messy vision through and through, but he sticks to his guns and manages to retroactively improve Man of Steel.
The Program is the first attempt to fictionalize the events surrounding Lance Armstrong's downfall, but will it be the definitive one?