After winning awards at Cannes and raves at TIFF, here is your first look at Joachim Trier's THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD. Synopsis: The Worst Person in The World is a modern dramedy about the quest for love and meaning in contemporary Oslo.
Marvel Studios' SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS reigns again atop the Box Office this weekend with a $21.7 million from 4,070 theatres.
See the Trailer for screen legend Burt Reynolds' final performance in DEFINING MOMENTS. Synopsis: Defining Moments is a highly comedic film about that one single moment in time that changes you from who you were to who you'll be.
The 2021 Toronto International Film Festival concludes today and Award winners were announced from this year's Festival, which still thrived in a hybrid digital and in-person format amidst the Pandemic. Taking top honours of People's Choice was BELFAST, directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, in-attendance at the Festival last weekend.
Woodbine's TURF RACING FESTIVALtook place this past weekend with two action-packed cards including four marquee Grade I races of the 2021 meet, the $600k Pattison Canadian International, the $400k Summer Stakes, the $400k Natalma Stakes and the $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile. The former, traditionally contested in October, gets pushed-early to coincide with the Festival.
Review by George Kozera Set in China in the '70s, ONE SECOND tells the tale of a labour camp escapee (Zhang Yi) that is desperate to see a newsreel which contains footage of his estranged daughter. When he arrived too late at the theatre screening, he is told it will be shown again the next day at a nearby village.
The same people who brought us the awesome Immersive Van Gogh and Illusionarium exhibits now are bringing some more scintillating experiences to Toronto at 1 Yonge Street. LOOKING FOR THE DANCE This Exhibit, launching September 18, 2021 contains a series of engaging photographic portraits of dancers whom legendary Dancer/Choreographer/Actor Mikhail Baryshnikov met during extended travels between Argentina and India.
We don't believe we made it through another TIFF! While this year's Festival certainly was a bit more scaled-back we definitely were not short of things to do, equally putting in long days.
Review by David Baldwin In the present day, Anne Frank’s diary is housed within a glass display in her home in Amsterdam. As the crowd queues up around the block to see all of the artifacts on display, the glass suddenly breaks and Kitty (Ruby Stokes), the fictional friend Anne wrote her diary entries to, is conjured into reality.
Review by David Baldwin Alma (Maren Eggert) is a scientist longing for a relationship yet is too busy with cuneiform studies to form a bond with anyone new. With funding for a huge project hanging in the balance, Alma signs up for a three-week trial with Tom (Dan Stevens), a Humanoid Cyborg designed and determined to make her happy.