One of the most acclaimed films at this year’s Toronto International film Festival, Barry, follows the young Barack Obama (Barry to his friends) as he moves to New York City in 1981 for his junior year at Columbia University. Barry will be available on Netflix, globally, on December 16th. Check out the trailer following the … Continue reading Pivotal Year Trailer: Barry! ?
Momentum Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to the western/thriller Brimstone. The film, which first premiered in September at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival to positive reviews, is written and directed by Martin Koolhoven. It stars Dakota Fanning (Man on Fire), Guy Pearce (L.A. Confidential), Kit Harrington (“Game of Thrones”), […]
Barry—the movie about a young Barack Obama that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year—has gotten its first teaser from Netflix. In this very brief look, we see the future president (played by newcomer Devon Terrell) walking through New York. Show More Summary
Focus Features has released a brand new trailer for The Orphanage director Juan Antonio Bayona’s A Monster Calls, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, as well as Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. Kalyn reviewed the film, calling it “a heartfelt coming-of-age fairytale.” Focus had originally slated the film for release in October but has since […]
After having its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, André Øvredal’s thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe (read our rave review) was acquired by IFC Midnight. Now, in addition to learning that the film will release on December 21st of this year, we also have a new red band trailer that shows us the four stages of […]
One of the most talked about movies of the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival was not an ambitious epic or earnest Oscar bait, but a willfully crude coming-of-age comedy about an angry asshole of a girl. And gang, we're in...
When introducing Denial at its Toronto International Film Festival premiere, director Mick Jackson made a point of connecting David Irving (Timothy Spall), his film’s Holocaust-denying antagonist, to a certain American presidential candidate. Show More Summary
After making its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, the new coming-of-age comedy The Edge of Seventeen is heading to theaters this fall, and it looks like we could have another future classic on our hands. The...Show More Summary
STX has released a new red band trailer to the coming-of-age comedy The Edge Of Seventeen from writer and first-time director Kelly Fremon Craig. The pic closed out this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, which Deadline’s Pete...Show More Summary
After playing the Toronto International Film Festival, the biopic about one of the greatest comebacks in boxing, Vinny Pazienza aka the Pazmanian Devil, will now go wide on Nov. 18 instead of a limited release on Nov. 4. Open Road just...Show More Summary
During the Toronto International Film Festival, where Queen of Katwe held its world premiere, I was lucky enough to interview Lupita Nyong'o, who loses herself in the role of Harriet, Phiona's no-nonsense mother.
When The A.V. Club sat down with American Honey director Andrea Arnold in New York after returning from the Toronto International Film Festival, we had to bring up something we had witnessed back in Canada. During a party for the movie at the Rock ’N’ Horse Saloon, we saw Arnold and her cast dance with abandon, setting the tone for a raucous affair. Show More Summary
When he reviewed TROLLHUNTER director André Øvredal's English language debut film THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE at the Toronto International Film Festival a couple weeks ago, our own Chris Bumbray called the movie the most frustrating viewing experience of this year's festival. Show More Summary
When Raw had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the big story was two people were taken out of the theater on stretchers. I believe that story, but I think it’s just as likely they fainted at how good the movie is than it was because of the gore. Read more...
After having its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, André Øvredal’s thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe (read our rave review) was acquired by IFC Midnight for release at a later date. Now, just a few days after its Fantastic Fest screening, a trailer has dropped teasing what to expect from this year’s sleeper indie horror hit. […]
While covering the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month, this writer often found himself walking alone at night in Canada’s largest city. This brought back memories of Night Walk (and its successors, Night Ride and Night Moves), a program he’d first discovered years ago during a period of obsession with TV ephemera. Show More Summary
Antoine Fuqua’s remake of the 1960 Western The Magnificent 7 was chosen to open this month’s Toronto International Film Festival, which means that at least one important person liked it. It certainly looks and sounds like a classic wide-screen horse opera. Having been weaned on Westerns, I loved hearing the ... More »
Copernicus is a fan of MARIE CURIE: THE COURAGE OF KNOWLEDGE from TIFF Read the full article on AICN I’m still wrapping up some of my reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival, and one I wanted to make sure I review is MARIE...Show More Summary
The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival has come and gone, but there’s a whiff of controversy still in the air, though not because of the content of any of the movies that screened. No, it’s due to the fact that the festival thought...Show More Summary
Returning to film, following the acclaimed A Single Man, fashion designer Tom Ford directs the anticipated Nocturnal Animals. Boasting an all-star cast, the film premiered during the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival. Show More Summary