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Cannes 2017: a mid-festival report

Cannes 2017: a mid-festival report

From the Netflix controversy to the story of a Toronto producer’s dream project, here’s what’s been lighting up the Croisette

In Memoriam: Roger Moore, 1927-2017

In Memoriam: Roger Moore, 1927-2017

The beloved English star holds the record for the most James Bond movies, but there was more to him than 007

Ten things I’m looking forward to at Cannes

Ten things I’m looking forward to at Cannes

From Michael Haneke possibly making film history to a Canadian co-pro shot in Niagara Falls, there’s a lot on the slate for the festival’s 70th year

Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, masters of diversity

Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, masters of diversity

Master Of None’s second season can teach Canadian media ­something about voice appropriation

Q&A: Bruce LaBruce sends up second-wave feminism in The Misandrists

Q&A: Bruce LaBruce sends up second-wave feminism in The Misandrists

The Toronto-based cult filmmaker on his lesbian separatist satire, rejection and gender segregation on the gay film fest circuit and the state of radical queer cinema

Hot Docs 2017: And Some Of The Winners Are …

Hot Docs 2017: And Some Of The Winners Are …

The documentary festival continues through the weekend, but a whole bunch of films are already winners, among them Charles Officer's Unarmed Verses

In Memoriam: Jonathan Demme, 1944-2017

In Memoriam: Jonathan Demme, 1944-2017

The Oscar-winning filmmaker leaves a broad, weird legacy

10 Hot Docs films to book now

10 Hot Docs films to book now

The massive documentary festival kicks off next week (April 27), but get your tickets now for these sure-to-sell-out films.

The top Canadian movies of all time – and where to watch them

The top Canadian movies of all time – and where to watch them

In honour of National Canadian Film Day 150 on April 19, NOW's critics vote on their favourite homegrown flicks

Why I hate Vin Diesel

Why I hate Vin Diesel

Unlike the self-deprecating Rock, the grumbling, humourless Fate Of The Furious star taps into an old-school chauvinism

Paul Schrader: slow cinema is dying a slow death

Paul Schrader: slow cinema is dying a slow death

Ahead of his lecture at TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Canyons and Dog Eat Dog director explains why the art house obsession with slowness is running its course

The story behind Toronto's hidden vaults full of film paraphernalia

The story behind Toronto's hidden vaults full of film paraphernalia

From iconic posters to a 1940s film arguing for the TTC's Yonge line, these are things you won't find at the multiplex

Hot Docs faces reality head-on

Hot Docs faces reality head-on

The world-renowned documentary festival marks its 24th edition with new programs, new events and new faces

The Canadian Film Festival levels up and embraces Filth

The Canadian Film Festival levels up and embraces Filth

This year's edition moves to the Scotiabank Theatre with a stronger lineup and an instantly controversial closer

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