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Norman Wilner

Norm talks about his favourite flicks and where to watch them this summer on Metro Morning! more

NOW in the media

NOW Senior Film Writer, Norm Wilner, talks about Don McKellar's 'Last Night' on The Filmmakers! more

NOW in the media

Our Senior Film Writer, Norm Wilner interviewed by ET Canada about Suicide Squad backlash! more

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Norm Wilner hosts an In Conversation with author Tom Roston on May 2nd at Bay Street Video! more

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Norm Wilner will host a Q&A with painter and actor, Stephen Lack who played lead character “Cameron Vale” in the film Scanners! more

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WIN passes to the 35th Anniversary Screening of SCANNERS on April 20th at the Royal followed by a Q&A with Norm Wilner & Stephen Lack + a limited edition National Canadian Film Day prize pack! more

Movies & TV

Our Senior Film Editor, Norm Wilner joins q's pop culture panel to discuss A&E's new prison-set reality show '60 Days In' plus more! more

NOW in the media

Norm Wilner makes a cameo on Global News to discuss a potential Oscars boycott! more

NOW in the media

Norm Wilner shares his Oscar predictions with CTV News Channel! more

NOW in the media

Norm Wilner joins a panel on q to discuss his predictions for Oscar night! more

NOW in the media

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David Lee/Netflix

Netflix has pulled the plug on Luke Cage and Iron Fist, leaving the door open for spinoffs on a new streaming platform more

Interviews & Features

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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

The first-time Toronto filmmaker discusses finding the film's talented cast, being excited about her limited budget and dealing with the millennial label more

Interviews & Features

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Samuel Engelking

The veteran actor sounds off on the Halloween sequel, a traumatic audition for TV's Kidding, her directorial debut and gradual changes in Hollywood more

Interviews & Features

David Gordon Green carves out some creepy surprises in this satisfying follow-up to John Carpenter's 1978 classic more

Reviews

Ike Barinholtz’s directorial debut, set during a fraught Thanksgiving dinner, serves up lots of food for thought more

Reviews

Carly Stone’s directorial debut, about a university student who wants her life to be a Nora Ephron movie, might remind you of Frances Ha more

Reviews

The death of filmmaker Rob Stewart changed the focus of this look at the commercial shark-fishing industry more

Reviews

Steve Carell-Timothée Chalamet film about a father trying to understand his son’s struggles tries way too hard to be authentic, pure and true more

Reviews

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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

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Nicole Rivelli/Netflix

The obsessive focus on telling a single, bingeable story means there’s no shape to the first half of this season, but it’s still watchable more

Reviews

Here's the latest in our ongoing series of the month's smaller film fest offerings more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

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

Film Fests & Special Screenings

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The long-running sci-fi series remains remarkably traditional, but the time-traveling scientist's gender changes the game in almost every way more

Interviews & Features

Drew Goddard's Tarantino-esque film is a big, messy, overly long disappointment more

Reviews

Indie Canadian film begins as an interesting drama but soon becomes just another home invasion thriller more

Reviews

The new Doctor lands in Toronto for a chat about new friends, new challenges, the annoyance of secrecy and the joy of change more

Interviews & Features

Damien Chazelle's biopic about Neil Armstrong chases moments of rapture in the darkness more

Reviews

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

Dan Stevens and Michael Sheen are nicely matched in Gareth Evans's bloody good Netflix movie more

TV & Streaming