A teacher is obsessed with a 5-year-old poetic genius in Nadav Lapid’s new film.
Brace yourself for 90 minutes of sheer awesome as Jason Lei Howden offers a horrifically hilarious Canadian Premiere to the Fantasia Festival’s screens. Deathgasm, a New [read on]
In the heart of south Korea, we meet sly and slick Ha-jin. The year is 2070, and the world is ruined by natural disasters.
This movie is fun, delightful and unexpected. A rare gem that Fantasia was gracefully given the opportunity of viewing.
When your super hero is only a few millimeters big, the Marvel Universe can only go funny.
The last time I saw a puppet movie was way back, with Team America… but this here is on a whole new level.
As it is with anyone, Riley is dominated by her emotions, the little voices in her head, but in the world of Inside Out, this is quite literal. In Riley’s mind are five [read on]
Big Game doesn’t follow typical action rules that most movies involving terrorist attacks on the president usually do…
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 [read on]
When Sinj came to Montreal to be a filmmaker, he wondered if and where he would find his people.
Montreal’s annual Fantasia Festival has enough films to sate all blood/horror/humour/noirlust. Here are our picks.
The inspiring stories of five foster survivors who didn’t think much of themselves until they realized what they had to offer the world and gain from life.
Truly a modern fairytale and an original story by J. Mulls Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz, The Age of Adaline tells the story of a woman who miraculously survives a car crash [read on]
You’d expect more from a film taking place in a psychiatrist ward
Documentary presents the life and issues of this Northwest people through a close portrait and study of several Dene.
Film festival focusing on mental illness includes Hot Doc 2014 winners and many others thought-provoking works.