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José Teodoro

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

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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

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

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

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Chile’s Oscar entry about the poet/ statesman and the cop tracking him down is equal parts history and imagination more

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But doc feels rushed and doesn't do justice to the man who collaborated with Beat authors, rock stars and No Wave New York stars more

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Bring Kleenex for this touching, beautifully acted buddy picture more

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Story of bankers behaving badly needs a glimmer of heart more

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Coming out story would have benefited from giving us less backstory more

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Documentary uses TV interviews to paint a vivid portrait of one of America's most original creators more

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Benicio Del Toro and others show how work, or the lack thereof, shapes our lives. more

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The films in TIFF Cinematheque’s Post Mortem chart the nation’s descent into – and emergence from – Augusto Pinochet’s 17-year dictatorship of torture, abduction and repression through stories set largely on the periphery more

Interviews & Features

Here are NOW's reviews of the fest's 10 feature films - all of them very positive, a strong indication of the health of our homegrown scene. more

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The pop artist’s films were eerily prescient more

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The hills have guys more

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