Fire At Sea director explains why Moore's "complain and explain" strategy couldn't work for a doc about refugees
Festival aims to empower First Nations cinema and to create real change
New executive director Gave Lindo wants to keep the conversation going long after this weekend's social justice-focused lineup of screenings
Brilliant newcomer Sasha Lane and Elvis's granddaughter, Riley Keough, talk feminism and ethnic diversity
Unless's iconic indie actor says it’s a lot like acting
Users and sex workers are grandfathers, grandmothers, poets, says Hugh Gibson about workers at Regent Park’s StreetHealth harm-reduction outreach project
But she and her co-star Liam Hemsworth call the period pic "fucking cool"
TIFF brings back old movies in new restorations, The Royal launches a new musical series and MDFF brings a striking French film to town
Writer/director John Carney caught lightning in a bottle with his young-buskers-in-love debut, Once. With Sing Street, he turns to his own past for a story about a kid in 80s Dublin who forms a band to impress a girl. Actor Ferdia Walsh-Peelo discusses David Bowie, Hall and Oates, Freddie Mercury and other 80s influences
Remember Prince as the playful pancake-obsessed weirdo he almost certainly was
Director exudes existential angst in Louder Than Bombs
Captain Picard and crew have a bloody good time dealing with film's punk rock and exploding heads
Key and Peele made a movie. It’s called Keanu. You have questions.