Synapse Films

No need to stay at home on the couch when the city's rep cinemas are showing scary movies all week long more

Film Fests & Special Screenings


Ryan Green/Universal

The latest entry in the horror franchise is being hailed as a slasher movie for the #MeToo era, but an earlier sequel essentially told the same story more

Interviews & Features

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Ben Rothstein/Marvel

In this week's Superhero Nonsense column, we find a pleasant escape from the doom-laden landscape of Avengers: Infinity War more

Interviews & Features

The Indigenous cinema showcase kicks off on October 17 with Darlene Naponse’s Falls Around Her more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

Fans and filmmakers of horror, sci-fi and action films have a bloody good time at the Scotiabank this week more

Film Fests & Special Screenings


Adam Schull

Film charting the rise and fall of the notorious New York City disco is thorough but grows less compelling the further away it moves from the dance floor more



Frank Masi

For this week's Superhero Nonsense column, a few more thoughts on why Marvel's anti-hero movie is so awful more

Interviews & Features

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Samuel Engelking

Toronto's festival devoted French-language cinema kicks off at the Carlton Cinema on October 5 more

Film Fests & Special Screenings


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NOW critics pick the best movies and TV shows joining the streaming service’s library this month more

Interviews & Features

A rare interview with funk legend Betty Davis. A new documentary has brought the 70s star back into the spotlight, decades later. more



Samuel Engelking

Part AGO show and part documentary, Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier's project captures the landscapes we destroy in order to live more

Art & Design


Michele K. Short / Netflix

The spy franchise's revolving door of filmmakers coincides nicely with the home release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, which swapped the LEGO guys for Ron Howard more

Interviews & Features

A documentary about the polarizing British-Tamil musician’s life is sparking difficult conversations about race and identity – and she isn’t afraid to get heated more

Interviews & Features


DC Entertainment

We're happy to say goodbye to Batfleck – but not to Henry Cavill as Superman more

Interviews & Features


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NOW film critic Norm Wilner picks his most anticipated upcoming releases – in cinemas and on streaming platforms more

Interviews & Features


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Benjamin Naishtat's neo-noir stands out in festival competition program that also included Alex Ross Perry's excellent Her Smell and Emir Baigazin’s The River more

Interviews & Features

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Samuel Engelking

Why TIFF’s 25th anniversary screening felt as relevant as ever, especially after a summer when Asian-Americans broke through big time in Hollywood. more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Nature reclaims the city in director Lisa Jackson's room-scale VR experience Biidaaban: First Light more



Alison Rosa/Netflix

Looking for something to see this weekend? NOW’s got you covered with our comprehensive rundown of big-screen openings and streaming debuts more

Interviews & Features


Courtesy of TIFF

Chinese Canadians should be able to recognize the human struggle in two Tibetan-made films just as they identified with the billionaires in Crazy Rich Asians more

Interviews & Features