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Varda By Agnès

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Agnès Varda's final film is true to the late French cinema icon's radical spirit Read more

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John Walker’s documentary looks at all the privileged, entitled bullies behaving badly Read more

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Shot during the author’s 80th year, Nancy Lang and Peter Raymont’s film doesn’t take many risks and feels frustratingly incomplete Read more

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Doc about an underground hospital trying to save victims of the Syrian civil war is immediate and dramatic – even with shameless flourishes Read more

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Adam Bolt’s documentary turns scientific data into an engaging narrative Read more

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Robbie Robertson

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Rock legend discusses taking part in Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band and his latest album, Sinematic Read more

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Collective, TIFF 2019

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Documentary about the after-effects of a deadly Bucharest fire is horrific, immediate, essential filmmaking Read more

TIFF 2019

Documentary about Formula E racing with electric cars is essentially a feature-length promotion for renewable racing Read more

TIFF 2019

Opening night gala is an entertaining account of Toronto-born Robertson's journey through monumental music moments Read more

TIFF 2019

Despite beautiful icebergs, tidal waves and waterfalls, Victor Kossakovsky’s film about H2O can test your patience Read more

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Documentary about the enduring appeal of the musical Fiddler On The Roof speaks to the current political moment Read more

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Director Avi Belkin’s documentary about the 60 Minutes interviewer and personality could probe deeper into the man’s contradictions Read more

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Director Igor Drljaca’s beautifully composed documentary uses a detached style to uncover overlapping ideologies in Bosnia-Herzegovina Read more

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Heddy Honigmann’s documentary examines the profound connection we make with dogs and the limited time they have with us Read more

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Before the doc became a cult classic, director Jennie Livingston and dancer Willi Ninja spoke to us about class, identity and the commercialization of ball culture Read more

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The dispersion of queer people into a diaspora in the face of gentrification dilutes the ability to organize and ruptures our political power Read more

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Martin Scorsese mixes fact and fantasy in this doc, but the trove of beautifully restored 16mm footage with new and archival interviews is delightful Read more

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Ron Howard's portrait of the life and career of operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti checks off all the usual boxes, but glosses over some personal details Read more

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The fashion icon's story isn't that complex or mysterious, but half a century later, the clothes still look splendid Read more

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Tasha Hubbard’s doc focuses on the ensuing trial, the effect on Boushie’s family and a legal system that allowed an all-white jury to validate an Indigenous man’s death Read more

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