Articles by C.L. Illsley
Thinkers from around the world come to Montreal in the name of peace, cooperation, and interfaith connection.
New film at planetarium not only won awards, but also promises to educate.
Art Tattoo brings in local and international artists to celebrate all things ink.
To the artists who pioneered this art movement, bigger is better.
Mike Correll’s documentary sheds light on a master of dark art.
Sabine Gisiger’s documentary explores the philosophies of psychotherapist Dr. Irwin Yalom.
Todd Haynes’ new lesbian drama stays true to the genre
Tom McCarthy’s new film shines a light on an investigative journalism team called the Spotlight
The final instalment of the Hunger Games closes the series with a bang
The latest of ensemble cast holiday movies hits theatres
John Wells’ kitchen drama focuses on one cook’s road to redemption
Peter Sollett’s new film depicts a gay couple’s struggle for equal rights
In new documentary, residents of Leith face the invasion of white supremacism
A childhood bully and his victim meet in adulthood in this thriller.
The documentary I am Femen is a powerful exploration into the inner workings of the controversial Ukrainian based feminist group Femen. The film chronicles several of the
An unlikely love affair between a businessman and a young hustler.
A look at one season in the sparkling wine industry.
Opposites attract in this film about two women in a relationship.
Film follows the training and race of the Argos-Shimano team in the Tour de France 2013
Film tackles broad topics, but suffers from moments of pretension.