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Our exclusive coverage of the Toronto International Film Festivals.

What Will People Say [2017] – A Poetic and Perceptive Examination of Female Oppression Anchored by an excellent lead performance from Maria Mozhdah, Norwegian-Pakistani film-maker Iram Haq’s quasi-autobiographical drama What …
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Ana, Mon Amour [2017]: ‘TIFF’ Review The contemporary relationships that I happen to see around me are mostly built on broken strands. Someone or the other needs to be fixed, …
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Suleiman Mountain [2017]: ‘TIFF’ Review More than anything, Elizaveta Stishova’s debut feature “Suleiman Mountain” screeches at the vulnerability of human beings. The vulnerability that often tends them towards lies as they crave …
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Tigre [2017] – A Tale of Uneasy Reconciliation and Burgeoning Sexuality The New Argentine Cinema of the late 1990s and early 2000s went through profound aesthetic and thematic changes to …
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Simulation (Tamaroz) | Dir. Abed Abest “Simulation (Tamaroz) ” is an experience that demands your complete audio sensory attention so you can structure the visuals on your imagination. Iranian New …
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Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts [2017]: ‘TIFF’ Review There’s no exact way to categorize Mouly Surya’s “Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts.” It’s neither just a western or just a …
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