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Toronto International Film Festival

Our exclusive coverage of the Toronto International Film Festivals.

A river is a symbol of life metaphorically. As an ecological component, it has enabled the birth and cause of civilizations. Nothing can separate a river from the very idea …
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Dug Dug

Religions are nothing but stories. Stories that are written by writers who wanted to witness how blinded people can be when ‘faith’ is superimposed with the factor of otherworldly happenings. …
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One of the most under-explored aspects of modern movies and TV shows is geography. You might’ve hated studying about it in school. Maybe you associate its representation in cinema to …
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The Middle Man

Here’s something interesting – Bent Hamer’s The Middle Man is a Dutch, Norwegian and German co-production, starring actors who are all of Nordic descent as well as the technical crew …
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There’s a lot of animosity towards all the remakes, sequels, reboots, and prequels that are being churned out by every entertainment industry on this planet, with people asking for more …
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Terrorizers

In 1986, Edward Yang directed a melancholic, smoky tragedy of urban monsters manifesting their capabilities to the lonely. Ho Wi Ding’s 2021 release “Terrorizers” shares its English title with the …
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