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Our exclusive coverage of the Toronto International Film Festivals.

The Sky is Pink

I’ve never cried while watching a film or TV series in my lifetime. Admittedly, there have been a couple of times I’ve gotten quite close. The Sky Is Pink will …
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August (Agosto)

Armando Capo’s feature debut August (Agosto), is a simple, beautiful and poignant narrative of adolescent experiences coupled with socio-political influences from the perspective of a teenage boy in the early …
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By her looks, Seconda seems old enough to be on her own. Her face gives away her age. But, her swift movements tell otherwise. With a bluish tinted jumpsuit, she …
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How much part does our identity play in our existence? Is it an absolute dependance or just a trellis on which our personality grows? People in this world are getting …
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Pompei (Pompéi)

It is never specified where and when John Shank and Anna Falguères’ ‘Pompei (Pompéi)‘ takes place in. Which is why we always feel a little detached and dissimulated with the …
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Comets Georgian film TIFF 2019

Tamar Shavgulidze’s sophomore film ‘Comets’ (2019) unfurls at an unhurried pace in airy, pastoral villa, like an indolent and languid life in the idyllic countryside of Georgia. The time feels …
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