In Sérgio Machado’s film, a violinist begins teaching kids from the slums when he fails to make it into the São Paulo orchestra.
Park Chan-Wook’s new film is an erotic tale full of twists and turns.
Nadine Gomez’s short film highlights the architectural elements of the metro, presented in stark black and white.
An exploration of individualism and women’s agency under the strict social code of the desert.
Akihiko Shiota’s film is part of the new “roman porno” category of film in Japan.
Alexandre Chartrand’s documentary explores the independence movement in Catalonia, culminating at the 2014 mega-protest in Barcelona.
Khavn de la Cruz’s new film follows the most dangerous gang in a Manila shantytown, who also happen to be kids.
Kôji Shiraishi’s absurd horror comedy sees people pit two evil spirits against each other to destroy their curses.
Mira Nair’s new film stars Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo in the story of a young girl, her ambitions in chess, and the support of her town.
Montreal Rampage’s top five must-see films from the 45th edition of the film festival
Jeremy Sims’ film tells the story of a cab driver en route across the country in the hopes of being euthanized.
The opening film for the Montreal International Black Film Festival is a genuine and well-made portrait of the late poet.
Jocelyn Moorhouse’s new film depicts a love affair in an unlikely milieu – in an isolated Australian town.
Everything you need to know about the festival happening this week, plus an interview with founder Fabienne Colas.
Xavier Dolan’s new film is emotional, well-acted, and relatable.
Min Bahadur Bham’s film is set in a Nepalese village in the shadow of the Maoist movement.
James Schamus’ new film has its moments.
Stephen Dunn’s film that won big at TIFF is now in cinemas.
The HBO show about the love lives of three gay men is finished off with a full-length movie.
Werner Herzog’s new documentary shows us how the Internet took over the world.