Hot to Trot shines a spotlight on the little-known world of same-sex ballroom dance.
A beautiful sensitive portrayal of love and friendship between two girls on the cusp of womanhood.
A poignant drama about Mexican immigrants in Brooklyn. Features non-actors in a superb yet quiet story about finding joy in a life filled with endless work.
Captivating, thought-provoking. A new documentary looks at the rise of the alt-right movement, the left-wing opposition and the events surrounding the Charlottesville, VA attack.
I discuss some of the 2018 TIFF gala and special presentation films that I’m excited about.
Big news! I’m going to the Toronto International Film Festival. Find out what films will receive Galas and special presentations this September.
Directed by Deniz Gamze Ergüven and starring Halle Berry and Daniel Craig, Kings explores the chaos of living through the L.A. riots.
A new documentary explores the pivotal years of 1955-1958 in the history of Ferrari when the sport offered prestige and great risk.
Lady Bird’s story is your story. But it wasn’t mine. Thoughts on appreciating a movie you couldn’t connect with. Sponsored by DVD Netflix.
A new documentary explores the life and career of politician and presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs and his influence on American socialism.
A 12 year old girl prepares for a familial rite-of-passage, her first deer hunt and learns how to deal with this new phase in life. A great little indie film.
For Pride Month I share my favorite LGBTQ films including Call Me By Your Name, Below Her Mouth and more.
Directed by Academy Award winner Morgan Neville, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018) is a new documentary chronicling the life of the beloved host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, Fred Rogers.
Pressing On: The Letterpress Film is a love letter to this art form. Available on digital today.
A timely story for the #MeToo era, Beauty Mark (2017) explores the ramifications of sexual abuse and how the cycle affects multiple generations. Auden Thornton, Catherine Curtin. #BeautyMarkFilm
Academy Award winning screenwriter and director James Ivory discusses two films, 30 years apart: Maurice and Call Me By Your Name. #TCMFF