But Nolan delivers cinematic magic as usual.
The third installment in Michael Winterbottom’s series finds two men taking on the Spanish countryside.
This film about love and loss tugs at heart strings but doesn’t overdo it.
Director Benjamin Hogue introduces us to the boundary-pushing, Quebec-based art collective BGL.
What does it mean to be a Quebecker in the 21st century?
The newly restored version of this immersive sci-fi film is screening at Cinema du Parc this week.
This documentary explores the short-term consequences of our technological age on different jobs and possibilities about aging.
Seasoned performer Raitt shakes the audience up with her fantastic show.
This new documentary presents a history of the Israeli-Palestinia conflict.
This documentary explores not only the family business, but also the relationships that the public doesn’t usually get to see.
Mac returns and the rowdy, adoring crowd tries to get into the thick of it.
A black-and-white picture of hitchhiking teens and nostalgia.
Terrence Malick creates a beautiful, restless collage in his newest film.
This Oscar-nominated animation tells the stories of children in an orphanage, with a boy nicknamed Zucchini at the centre of it all.
Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary focuses on James Baldwin’s part in the civil rights movement.
Life, humour, and a case for Europe.
Dissociative identity disorder and kidnapping take centre stage in this new horror movie.
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
This dialogue-less animation can teaches us about why life is special.
I Am Michael follows a young gay man in his transition from a fast life of activism to a life of self-denial.