The man who gets Oscar noms for actors discusses Jake Gyllenhaal, grief and why Demolition is his rock 'n' roll film
TIFF brings back old movies in new restorations, The Royal launches a new musical series and MDFF brings a striking French film to town
Jeff Nichols subverts sci-fi expectations by keeping it simple
Barkhad Abdi honours his Somali roots
Will the highly anticipated Batman V Superman be a bleak, action-packed cartoon or will it humanize its superheroes?
"I wanted to portray the consumer culture that's all-pervasive in current-day China," the director of Mountains May Depart says
Cinema’s provocateur says only Amazon would fund his new pic Chi-Raq
Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul on the making of his film Cemetery Of Splendour
Hawke stars in Born To Be Blue
The certified Sundance hit is part of TIFF’s fest aimed at millennials
Vanessa Dunn, who you may recognize from Vag Halen, on making "a movie written by queer people, directed by queer people and starring queer people in our own city."
A film about Jesse Owens was necessary, Toronto actor says
Provincial park provided the backdrop for this paranoid Puritan tale