The actor sits down with the Straight to discuss his second film behind the camera.
With his friends in Beyond Boarding, Campos hits the frontlines of environmental resistance.
Film and TV star Yoo Ah-in takes the lead in director Lee Chang-dong’s enigmatic film, based on a short story by Haruki Murakami.
We’re only a year away from the postnuke Neo-Tokyo setting imagined in Otomo Katsuhiro’s classic, Akira.
Behold a maternal tug of war between two women over a child who is not particularly charming.
The new team will begin on November 19.
It’s been called one of the best jazz documentaries ever assembled.
The Queen biopic thrills in its early scenes, but big problems set in.
Jackman plays a powerful politician caught up in controversy in The Front Runner.
That hasn't stopped the 60-year-old actor from being lampooned by the New York Post.
A B.C. film produced by the Wilderness Committee has won an award at a famous film festival in England.
The two climate activists see eye to eye on the Alberta oil industry.
This year's selections include 32 films from 14 countries, including 8 Canadian premieres.
The Washington, D.C.–based producer weaves poetry with artistic analysis to offer original insights into the world around us.
Bel Canto builds to an emotional finish that, if not quite La Traviata, certainly connects with the bizarre soap opera that politics have become in this century.
Named after the memoir of her real-life character: a caustic New York writer called Lee Israel, who finally found success by pretending to be famous people.
“A lot of people refer to their mountaineering as going to church.”
If you ever wondered where the term diva comes from, look no further.
“What’s different about this film is it is my voice giving life to what I felt at the time.”
Our top cinematic screen picks.