Film Festivals

TIFF 2021 Interview: Writer Matt Harris Talks Blending the Salty with the Sweet in ‘The Starling’

After Lilly suffers a loss, a combative Starling takes nest beside her quiet home. The fiesty bird taunts and attacks the grief-stricken Lilly. On her journey to expel the Starling, she rediscovers he...

TIFF 2021 Review: Documentaries You Should Put on Your Radar

LV Taylor reviews some of the best documentaries from the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival.

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Is In Need of Some Divine Inspiration

An intimate look at the extraordinary rise, fall and redemption of televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker.

6 Fair

Beyond Fest Announces Full Slate For The Return Of LA’S Biggest Genre Film Festival

Beyond Fest announces a city-wide presence with a slate including the US Premiere of HALLOWEEN KILLS, the West Coast premieres of THE BLACK PHONE, LAMB, VORTEX and Palme d’Or winner TITANE on 35mm, th...

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Attica’ Presents an Unflinching Portrayal of Massacre

At the Toronto Film Festival, Alan French reviews "Attica," a new film from Stanley Nelson. "Attica" examines the famed riots from 1971, which led the deaths of more than 40 people.

8 Great

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash’ Does Not Live Up to Its Crazy Title

At the 2021 Toronto Film Festival, Alan French reviews "Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash" from the director Edwin. The dark comedy, rom-com, martial arts genre-bender stars Marthino Lio and Lady...

5 Average

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Mothering Sunday’ Delivers a Sensual But Frustrating Story

At the 2021 Toronto Film Festival, Alan French reviews Mothering Sunday. The film stars Odessa Young, Josh O'Connor, Olivia Colman, and Colin Firth.

6 Fair

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘As In Heaven’ Confronts Structural Oppression and Faith

TIFF 2021 Review: Alan French reviews "As In Heaven," the directorial debut of Tea Lindeburg. The story follows a young girl as she readies to make a better life, only to be interrupted by her family'...

7 Good

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Petite Mamam’ Proves Céline Sciamma is One of Our Best Directors

TIFF 2021 Review: Alan French reviews Céline Sciamma's latest feature Petite Mamam from the 2021 Toronto Film Festival.

9 Amazing

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