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TIFF Cinematheque

Curated by Diana Sanchez and Guillermo del Toro, TIFF's month-long survey of Mexican cinema includes rarities and works by renowned auteurs Read more

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TIFF’s Cinematheque's Working Girls: The Films Of Dorothy Arzner showcases six classics by the queer female director who helped launch the careers of Lucille Ball and Katharine Hepburn Read more

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The director's sci-fi epic Ad Astra, starring Brad Pitt, opens in May. But here, in order of must-see-ness, are a half dozen of his best films to watch before then. Read more

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TIFF Bell Lightbox's programming also includes a retrospective of Mexican films co-curated by Guillermo del Toro, feminist film hero Dorothy Arzner and a talk by director James Gray Read more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

Including NXNE at Yonge-Dundas Square, a rally for fair wages, Pride on the island, Bells on Danforth and Elaine May at TIFF Bell Lightbox Read more

Culture

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TIFF Cinematheque's feminist-focused retrospective of the French filmmaker Agnes Varda could not have come at a better time Read more

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What to see (or skip) at TIFF Cinematheque's annual roundup of the country's best features and shorts Read more

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Tragically Hip doc Long Time Running is snubbed in TIFF's roundup of the best in Canadian cinema Read more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

Focusing on TIFF Cinematheque’s new series about Black artists, artistic director Cameron Bailey explains that TIFF’s new mandate is to change what it means to go to the movies Read more

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TIFF Cinematheque's summer series honours the actor-turned-indie director by screening 10 of her finest features Read more

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TIFF Cinematheque is kicking off a retrospecive on the Oscar-winning producer/director a week before the release of her latest film Read more

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The Lightbox offers a Jean-Pierre Melville retrospective and a program of French crime classics to help pass those sticky summer nights Read more

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"If you are free to do what you want, it’s called filmmaking. And when you are defined by what the industry wants, it’s called TV – or bad filmmaking." Read more

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Ahead of his lecture at TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Dog Eat Dog director explains why the art house obsession with slowness is running its course Read more

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The films of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet are as thorny and daunting as they are influential and hard to see Read more

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There's no overriding theme to this year's group of features, but maybe that's a good thing Read more

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Unfortunately, his features aren't as strong as his shorts Read more

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