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Our exclusive coverage of the Toronto International Film Festivals.

After the monumental success of 2016’s acclaimed anime-feature ‘Your Name,’ Makoto Shinkai is back. All eyes have been peeling to witness his new work. Which is why the first look …
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Steve McQueen is the second film-maker this year whose inadequacy to handle the larger narrative canvas of a conventional Hollywood genre is conspicuous, first being Damien Chazelle. The crucial supporting characters …
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“Death is an extraordinary experience.” A woman shrieking in pain marches through a thick blanket of snow in search for help. Nothing in the sight, she wanders alone. She crawls …
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Touch Me Not

The confrontational directness with which Romanian artist and film-maker Adina Pintilie pitch her quasi-fictional explorative essay Touch Me Not (2018) would not be easy to take in for viewers. It …
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TIFF is a world-class mecca for introducing an international audience to emerging and established filmmakers. It is a haven for cinephiles, and I was one of the lucky ones who …
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The Hate U Give is a smash hit success 2017 novel. It is based on the relevant current topic of police brutality against African-American citizens in the USA. Starr Carter …
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