An aging Sherlock Holmes struggles to remember the details of his final case.
Taiwanese action film has more explosions and death-defying escapes than most.
An elderly man cares for two soldiers on opposite sides of the war in Georgia.
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Film about a young webstarlet and her dedicated fan is about growing up and being a kid.
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Montreal’s annual Fantasia Festival has enough films to sate all blood/horror/humour/noirlust. Here are our picks.
Documentary explores the works in the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna.
Documentary explores the life of jazz musician Jaco Pastorius.
An unlikely love affair between a businessman and a young hustler.
Six brothers reminisce on their isolation.
Now in its second year, the Marche des Possibles continues to have strong programming, whether you prefer yoga, kids events, music, or shopping.
Four young people set off on a journey amid student protests.
We pick five films we know you want to see this year at Fantasia.
A look at one season in the sparkling wine industry.
Opposites attract in this film about two women in a relationship.
A survivor’s story of love and loss in post-war Germany.
Review of movie about Swiss artist H. R. Giger.
A tale of friendship and self-discovery from Studio Ghibli.