Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

Here you will find the archives for reviews, interviews, essays, and news related to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

title character in The Worst Person In The World

‘The Worst Person in the World’ is the Best Rom-Com in Years

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Finally, a tragi-rom-com for people who don’t do tragi-rom-coms.

Dashcam Rob Savage Film

TIFF 2021: ‘Dashcam’ is an Abysmal Low-Point for Found Footage

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Annoying and artless, Rob Savage’s latest screen-life film can’t even manage to use its format well.

Dune Chalamet

TIFF 2021: ‘Dune’ is a Bombastic, Spectacle-Rich, and Incomplete Epic

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Denis Villeneuve’s jaw-dropping adaptation lets the spice flow while being unavoidably flawed.

The Power Of The Dog Cumberbatch

TIFF 2021: ‘The Power of the Dog’ is a Deeply Rewarding Slow Burn

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Jane Campion’s latest is a masterfully well-constructed film about masculinity with a third act that sneaks up on you.

Tiff Preview

TIFF 2021 Preview: 7 Potential Bangers To Add to Your Watchlist

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Why let the big-ticket films have all the fun?

Tiff Preview

TIFF 2021: What’s Premiering and What’s Missing So Far

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A festival that will henceforth be known as “TIFFord.”

Trickster

The Exploration of the Indigenous Oddity in ‘Trickster’

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Michelle Latimer’s Trickster is here to indigenize your television.

Shadow In The Cloud Chloe Grace Moretz

‘Shadow in the Cloud’ Gets Lost in the Haze

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Roseanne Liang’s film spins a thoughtful feminist narrative…almost.

I Care A Lot Pike Gonzalez And Wiest

‘I Care a Lot’ Exposes the Damning Reality of American Crime

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J Blakeson’s film pits con artists against the mob, prompting us to reconsider our associations with the word “crime.”