The boldness of vision found in Toronto’s experimental showcase often defies description.
On angles great and small: Taking on the ’tilt’ in camerawork.
On individual existence too vast for a slogan, a demand, a group action or an apology.
A side-by-side analysis of two versions of INSOMNIA highlight differences in European vs. American approaches to cinema.
Ramping up visual and auditory intoxication to match a growing fever.
An Iranian Canadian critic engages with Farhadi’s films and her own roots.
Identity in the films of Yorgos Lanthimos.
How cinema is given meaning and feeling through the sculpting of time.
Two selections of bests from Australia’s ‘festival of festivals.’
Exploring the macabre, poignant, disturbing images and words of THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE and WILD STRAWBERRIES.