Toronto finally plays itself in Enemy, The Stairs, The F Word and other standout movies set in the 6ix
Dec 05, 2019
Patricia Rozema's film adaptation of Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava's award-winning two-hander is funny, moving and fully cinematic
After spending decades subbing for New.
Susan G. Cole
The annual anointment of Canadian cinema focuses on coming-of-age stories in a big way – and leaves out more than a few of the usual suspects
Patricia Rozema's adaptation of Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava's experimental two-person play is deeply affecting
How an experimental Toronto play, which no one – including movie star Jodie Foster (!) – ever thought would make a movie, became one of the best, buzziest and timeliest TIFF premieres