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Norman Wilner

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

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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

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

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

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

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Samara Grace Chadwick's doc about a rash of suicides in her old school is a powerful meditation on trauma and resilience more

Reviews

Director Leon Lee fumbles telling this important of human rights abuses in China more

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Daniel J. Clark's documentary is a remarkably clear-eyed look at the Flat Earth Movement more

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Alexandria Bombach has created an empathetic, uncomfortable study of a woman pushing herself through her worst memories more

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This is possibly the most self-consciously whimsical documentary imaginable more

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Jack Bryan's doc examines connections between Donald Trump and Russia more

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Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck’s film is a frustratingly superficial look at online content monitors more

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Richard Rowley's documentary about the killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by a Chicago police officer will infuriate you, even though its story of institutional cover-up is sadly familiar more

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Smart and often silly documentary looks at rise of Donald Trump from the perspective of the Russian Federation more

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Tommy Pallotta and Femke Wolting's look at artificial intelligence and the difference between cinematic robots and real-world ones doesn't quite go far enough more

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Marvel's assemblage of nearly every hero from its superhero universe feels like a step backwards more

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Director Sarah Menzies profiles Afghan women who form a national cycling team in Kabul more

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Alba Sotorra's film follows a commander in the Kurdish Women’s Protection Unit fighting against ISIS in Syria more

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Documentary about late fashion designer Alexander McQueen is impactful – and appropriately lavish more

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Director Cameron Yates celebrates teen chef Flynn McGarry, who has been offering $160 dinner tasting menus at his restaurant since at age 11 more

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Lindsey Cordero and Armando Croda investigate the life of a Mexican man preparing to return home after 16 years in America more

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A former IRA member's story comes to vivid, brutal life in Maurice Sweeney’s hybrid documentary more

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Film about training Labrador retrievers as Guide Dogs for the Blind is delightful and effective more

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Jean-Simon Chartier's film about the creation and production of the Ubisoft video game For Honor is as flashy and busy as a clip reel more

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Film about hardcore TV fandom avoids easy stereotypes or fringe characterizations more

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