TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2016
Read our on-going coverage of the festival
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Mythmaker: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Discusses "Daguerrotype"

An interview with the Japanese genre master about his first French production, its genesis and influences.
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Watch Living Los Sures: "Third Shift"

Exclusively now showing a documentary short centered on two former workers of the derelict Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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Movie Poster of the Week: The Marx Brothers in Posters

Groucho, Harpo and Chico—and sometimes Zeppo—in illustrated form through the ages.
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Reflections on a Miracle: Clint Eastwood's "Sully"

What does a "miracle" do to its survivors? Eastwood looks at the trauma and memory that follow real life heroics.
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Ultra-Realist Abstraction: Discussing "Nocturama" with Bertrand Bonello

The director of "Saint Laurent" discusses his controversial thriller about French kids attacking various sites in Paris.
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The Forgotten: Edmond T. Gréville's "Secret Lives" (1937)

Forgotten star Brigitte Horney (!) shines in Edmond T. Greville's stylish Mata Hari knock-off.
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Weekly Rushes. Toronto Wraps, Curtis Hanson, Art-House Donald Trump, "Blood Simple" Storyboards

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
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TIFF 2016. Top Picks & Coverage Roundup

A comprehensive listing of all of our coverage of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, including favorite films.
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All of Time Is Just a Memory: Discussing "Porto" with Gabe Klinger

Talking to the critic and programmer about his second film, a dreamy, time-addled romance set in the Portuguese city.
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TIFF 2016. Wavelengths Features

An overview of the feature films screened in this year’s adventurous Wavelengths section at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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TIFF 2016. Correspondences #10

We wrap our Toronto film festival coverage with a look at favorite short films and the festival's unique installations.
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TIFF 2016. Correspondences #9

Our correspondent wraps his Toronto film festival experience with "Austerlitz," "Moonlight," "Snowden," and "Land of the Gods."