'Kissing Candice' has introduced three new distinctive voices to cinema. We interview these exciting rising stars
Canada has one of the best film festivals in the world, and yet Canadian films still can't catch a break.
Aoife McArdle's dreamlike Realist wonderland Kissing Candice is an emotionally and visually impressive feature film debut.
If you're in Toronto this week watching movies, you are going to want to seek these out.
With an initial forty-seven films announced so far, here are our some of our most anticipated.
Finely observed, uproariously funny, wickedly wise, remarkably relatable, with a big avalanche sequence to boot. Here's our review of Force Majeure.