Even with a refreshing pairing of a similarly-aged, older couple, a convoluted plot and cliché humour leave this Brosnan-Thompson vehicle flat on the mat.
Biography based on National Geographic pictures of Robyn Davidson follows adventuress across the outback with camels.
B-film fans will enjoy the low budget sets, mediocre acting, and gruesome effects in the latest film from Sinister Cinema.
Feel good film about Newfoundland town attempting to secure an outsider as its path to renewal seduces viewers.
The two latest films at the Satopshere take viewers to new worlds with great technological wizardry, but not a lot of emotional depth.
Lili Hudecova captured the cast and crew as they arrived for the red carpet premiere of The Grand Seduction.
Photographer Pierre Guimond’s film shows the dependency as well as the destructive power of American consumerism.
Stunning film by John Glazer features Scarlett Johansson as an alien becoming more human while exploring the meaning of humanity.
Controversial documentary puts a human face on child obesity and examines lies perpetuated by the US government and industry about diet , nutrition, and exercise.
Beautiful film about fracking project on Anticosti Island uses National Geographic style imagery to send an SOS rather than facts.
Ten years and still going strong, Cinema Politica screens independent, political documentaries. Ezra Winton and Inês Lopes talk about the organization and their new book Screening Truth to Power.
Mylène Chevreul talks to Abenaki film director and activist Alanis Obomsawin’s documentary on the fight for equal education for First Nations.