Zarrar Kahn’s ‘In Flames’ is heading to Toronto Intl Film Fest post Cannes premiere

‘This Place’ Embraces the Flaws and Contradictions of a Real Love Story

Joseph Amenta imagines a world where queer kids are free in their new film Soft

Antoine Bourges’ unconventional filmmaking captures the rhythms of real life onscreen

Antoine Bourges didn’t decide to make films because he fell in love with what he was seeing on screens. Instead, the director — who splits his time between Vancouver and Toronto — chose to pursue filmmaking during his college years because of what wasn’t on screen.

Review: Multidimensional ‘Framing Agnes’ elevates trans voices from the past

The docudrama “Framing Agnes” is a fascinating, multidimensional, mosaic-like glimpse at transgender life from the 1950s to today as interpreted by — and through — a group of transmasculine and transfeminine performers and creatives and one uniquely impressive academic.

Graham Foy wins big at the 71st IFFMH

Winner of the FIPRESCI Award and the Student Award 2022 International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg A huge congrats to director Graham Foy and the team of ‘The Maiden’ for their two awards and an honourable mention at Film Festival Mannheim Heidelberg! Read the heartwarming jury statements below:

Jason Karman’s “Golden Delicious” look at growing up

Telefilm Canada and the Talent Fund welcome 16 filmmaking teams selected under the Talent to Watch Program

Graham Foy’s haunting The Maiden gives Alberta its beautifully cold, poetic close-up at TIFF 2022

TIFF 2022: I Like Movies has sympathy for the film bros