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Norman Wilner

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

NOW in the media

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

NOW in the media

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

NOW in the media

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

Doc about workers who scour social-media sites for objectionable images that might violate a site’s terms of service gets a superficial treatment more

Reviews

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Luke Cage’s second season, like other Marvel series, has stop-and-start pacing and supporting character arcs that don’t move the main plot forward more

TV & Streaming

Rebecca Addelman’s film about a young Los Angeles couple’s first year of marriage is filled with truthful moments and fine performances more

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Sook-Yin Lee’s initially disorienting film starring Sarah Gadon as a woman dealing with the death of her father comes together by the end more

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J.A. Bayona's film is a smart, thoughtful thriller that spins the franchise's essential elements into a new story that echoes the original trilogy without restaging it more

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Brett Haley’s low-key film about a Brooklyn father-and-daughter musical duo bops along on the strength of its performances and emotions more

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Bart Layton’s film about a real-life attempted rare-book robbery mixes dramatization and documentary with thrilling results more

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Domee Shi discusses her overprotective Asian mom, animating Toronto and working with Brad Bird on Incredibles 2 (which screens after her own short) more

Interviews & Features

The Ratatouille and Tomorrowland director also explains why he doesn't believe Will Smith's Hancock more

Interviews & Features

The frantic, often shrieky new comedy features Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson and Hannibal Buress chasing Jeremy Renner – and it's a lot of fun more

Reviews

Documentary about a child monk and his mentor/servant’s journey to a Tibetan monastery is worth the trek more

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Michael Pearce’s film about a damaged woman drawn to a damaged man while their community is gripped by murders is a competent but middling genre exercise more

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Brad Bird’s animated superhero sequel mostly restages the stuff that worked in the 2004 original more

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These are the films NOW film critic Norm Wilner is most excited to watch this summer more

Interviews & Features

The filmmaker wants to confront the audience with upsetting ideas and images, just like the ones that scared him as a kid more

Interviews & Features

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After closing 12 years ago, the historic art deco rep theatre on Bloor West is making a comeback more

Interviews & Features

And not because Sandra Bullock’s Debbie Ocean is a poor substitute for George Clooney's Danny, but because Gary Ross is a poor substitute for Steven Soderbergh more

Reviews

Antoine Bourges’s Toronto-set feature debut is formally rigorous but surprisingly moving more

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Ari Aster’s film about a family coming apart is terrifying even without the supernatural elements, but it settles into a conventional groove near the end more

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From movies about sports and new Japanese cinema to shorts by emerging women directors, there's a festival for every taste this month more

Film Fests & Special Screenings