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.
Writer/director David Bezmozgis’s film adaptation of his 2005 story Natasha opens this week after opening the Toronto Jewish Film Festival. Here are some fun facts about the Giller-shortlisted author and second-time feature filmmaker.
Even though his Tamil refugee film won the Palme d'Or, he says haters are "assholes"
Terence Davies, Agyness Deyn and Kevin Guthrie discuss why this ain't your typical Merchant-Ivory costume drama
Midway through the fest, standouts include pics by Park Chan-wook and Jim Jarmusch
Last Days Of Disco director has a ball adapting Austen, discovering new talent and reuniting Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny
Let the games begin
Brian De Palma, one of the original movie brats, is being celebrated at the Lightbox with a summer-long retrospective, Split/Screen: The Cinema Of Brian De Palma. Here are five reasons attention must be paid.