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).

Green Book Mahershala And Viggo

‘Green Book’ Review: A Charming But Safe Crowd Pleaser

By   

Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen shine in Peter Farrelly’s first foray into drama.

No Featured Image

‘Widows’ Review: Viola Davis Leads An Extraordinary Cast In Steve McQueen’s Heist Thriller

By   

Powerful women lead the way in this sensational and auspicious caper.

No Featured Image

‘Aniara’ Review: An Unsettling, Slow-Motion Disaster Movie

By   

“We are in a sarcophagus.”

Greta Huppert

‘Greta’ Review: A Wickedly Fun Vehicle For Isabelle Huppert

By   

Neil Jordan’s potentially cookie-cutter thriller is elevated by a superb performance from our greatest living actress. 

No Featured Image

‘A Star Is Born’ Review: A Dazzling Debut for Star and Director

By   

Lady Gaga will get the attention, but Bradley Cooper steals the show.

No Featured Image

‘The Wind’ Trailer Will Leave Your Hair Standing on End

By   

And no, it’s not a sequel to ‘The Happening.’

Tiff Ambiance

20 Movies We Can’t Wait to See at TIFF 2018

By   

All the hottest films showing at the Toronto International Film Festival are right here!

A Star is Born

What to Expect From This Year’s Fall Film Festival Circuit

By   

2018 is about to become an even better year for movies.

No Featured Image

‘Pyewacket’ Review: There Are More Painful Things Than Grief

By   

The director of ‘Backcountry’ leaves animal carnage behind in favor of supernatural terror.