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José Teodoro

Christopher Morris's play about a member of Israel's volunteer rescue and recovery team conveys the vagaries of trauma with urgency more

Theatre

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Cesar Ghisilieri

Silk Bath Collective and Soulpepper's anti-authoritarian tale cribs everything from 1984 to The Hunger Games more

Theatre

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Cylla von Tiedemann

Jason Sherman’s play about the Canadian intellectual features a bravura lead performance by R.H. Thomson more

Theatre

Porte Parole and Crow's Theatre's mix of verbatim theatre and open debate helps bridge the political divide more

Theatre

Collective creation gives raucous voice and unforgettable shape to six marginalized women's lives more

Theatre

Leighton Alexander Williams's freewheeling adaptation of Stephen Adly Guirgis's The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot is baggy but gets an electrifying production more

Theatre

Puzzle-like psychological drama about a domestic violence support worker is moody and powerful more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Dominga Sotomayor's coming-of-age drama is understated and pleasantly meandering more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Sarah Ruhl's version of the prescient novel about a gender-crossing nobleman is a delightful romp more

Theatre

Director Tim Wardle's film about triplets separated at birth offers a surprising testament to the power of nurture over nature more

Reviews

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Jeremy Mimnagh

Aluna Theatre’s multimedia look at stoning is an effective cri de coeur but could be even more galvanizing more

Theatre

Claire Denis film starring Juliette Binoche as a painter looking for romantic fulfillment is playful, smart and perfect on its own terms more

Reviews

Wim Wenders doesn’t present a balanced portrait of the radical Catholic leader, but his subject’s spirit still shines through more

Reviews

Njo Kong Kie’s immersive, sensual work dissolves the boundaries between audience and stage more

Theatre

John Krasinski’s film about a family that tries to be as quiet as possible to avoid being eaten by hearing-sensitive creatures is obvious but effective more

Reviews

Saul Dibb’s adaptation of R.C. Sherriff’s oft-adapted novel eschews grandiose spectacle more

Reviews

Hannah Moscovitch’s play about a 1920s wife and mother hides behind its rhetoric and feels at times like a heritage project more

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Michael Cooper

But the ending of Bilal Baig’s play doesn’t feel entirely earned more

Theatre

Marion Cotillard is magnificent in this French period drama, but, mon dieu, that ending is overworked and silly more

Reviews

Gorgeous, earnest and conventional picture takes place almost entirely within the Indigenous Tanna community of Vanuatu more

Reviews