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TIFF promises a scaled-back September

TIFF promises a scaled-back September

The film festival welcomes two new programmers, drops two venues and reminds us all that it's Oscar's launching pad

Will we witness the first Black filmmaker winning an Oscar for best director?

Will we witness the first Black filmmaker winning an Oscar for best director?

Probably not. But this week three strong films by Black filmmakers open – a big change from last year's #OscarsSoWhite situation.

The best and worst American remakes of foreign films

The best and worst American remakes of foreign films

Toni Erdmann's getting a remake, so we take a look at some good, bad and ugly adaptations

Benedict Wong on wizard hands and whitewashing in Hollywood

Benedict Wong on wizard hands and whitewashing in Hollywood

The veteran character actor talks about making Doctor Strange, joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe and why casting Tilda Swinton wasn't quite as controversial as it was made out to be

Toronto-based Almost Adults filmmakers say no thanks to the theatrical distribution deal

Toronto-based Almost Adults filmmakers say no thanks to the theatrical distribution deal

Sarah Rotella and Adrianna DiLonardo, creators of the YouTube Gay Women’s Channel, stay true to their online fans

Midnight Master Colin Geddes leaves TIFF

Midnight Master Colin Geddes leaves TIFF

After two decades of delighting Midnight Madness crowds, the veteran festival programmer is moving on

Canadian TV talents to watch in 2017

Canadian TV talents to watch in 2017

Five up-and-comers that have us excited to CanCon and chill this year

Stranded in the aisle

Stranded in the aisle

For people in wheelchairs, seeing a movie in T.O.’s theatres can be an awkward, alienating experience

Movie songs that say everything

Movie songs that say everything

Characters sing, lip-synch, play or dance in these essential scenes

Toni Erdmann director was inspired by her own eccentric father

Toni Erdmann director was inspired by her own eccentric father

Maren Ade says her Oscar-nominated film’s heavy elements are crucial for the laughs

Why I don’t want to see Hidden Figures nominated tomorrow

Why I don’t want to see Hidden Figures nominated tomorrow

Giving Oscar attention to this pandering civil rights era dramedy about real-life Black characters – but made by white people – will send the wrong message to Hollywood

The Canadian Screen Awards nominations are out!

The Canadian Screen Awards nominations are out!

Academy Of Canadian Cinema & Television rolled out their film, television and digital nominations, and they're as encouraging (and frustrating) as ever

When the Oscars gets it wrong

When the Oscars gets it wrong

The Academy Award noms come out this week, and there are sure to be stupid picks. Here are some of the most egregious past winners. (Yes, the Ordinary People vs Raging Bull year is too obvious to mention.)

Golden Globes 2017 Wrap: some singing, some dancing, some thinking

Golden Globes 2017 Wrap: some singing, some dancing, some thinking

La La Land wins a record seven awards, but Meryl Streep overshadows all with her call to action for artists in the age of Trump

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