Patricio Guzman offers poignant and emotionally resonant documentaries about the history of Chile. Seven films available to stream on OVID.tv.
An enthralling Polish drama about an ex-con who is sent away to a remote village where he pretends to be a Catholic priest. Nominated for a Best International Feature Film Academy Award
Justin Long stars in The Wave, a psychedelic adventure about an insurance salesman whose world starts to unravel after he takes a hallucinogenic drug.
Cassie Shao’s experimental short film There Were Four of Us transports the viewer into a chaotic dream world that is sad, beautiful and hypnotizing.
Jasper Mall is a fascinating look at a dying enterprise: the American mall.
Guest review by Ally Russell. Big Fur is an enjoyable watch for Bigfoot believers, taxidermy enthusiasts, and environmentalists.
A Dog’s Death/La Muerte de un perro captures the social turmoil of a country in flux through its focus on the absurd actions of a microcosm of its upper middle class culture.
Steve Markle’s Shoot to Marry is a heartfelt and quirky documentary about finding love and being true to yourself.
A fairly unpolished yet important documentary explores the decline in lesbian community spaces with a focus on the ones that are still thriving.
Directed by Matt Kane and starring Richard Kind and Christen Harper, Auggie is a science fiction film that explores life after retirement and how technology can make us lose grips with reality.
An interview with Canadian filmmaking duo Calvin Thomas and Yonah about their new film White Lie which recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
TIFF interview with director Jahmil X.T. Qubeka and the cast of Knuckle City, Bongile Mantsai, Sivuyile Ngesi, Thembikile Komani and Faniswa Yisa.
Raquel Stecher interviews Neasa Hardiman, director of Sea Fever, a science fiction film that had its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a mesmerizing and atmospheric lesbian love story. Highly recommended.
The Personal History of David Copperfield is a diverse retelling of Dickens’ novel that is clever, quirky, and hilarious and offers a spectacular cast.
Photos from the world premiere of Dolemite is My Name at the Toronto International Film Festival.