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Tarek Mounib says his film shows the world is tired of polarized rhetoric
Maja Zdanowski's film, In God I Trust, was accepted then rejected in 48-hour window
Animated short film director Domee Shi: 'I'm so happy it gets more exposure now'
Sundance selects projects by Trevor Anderson and Niobe Thompson for viewing at January festival
From B.C. to California in search of understanding
Not many public figures have done as much for sharks as the late Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart, who dedicated his life to helping save the misunderstood aquatic beasts.
In 1979 a 23-year-old Vronsky literally bumped into Richard Francis Cottingham, the “Times Square Torso Ripper,” in the lobby of a hotel in New York City where they were both staying.
Natalie Portman as a Madonna-like pop superstar in Vox Lux and Isabel Huppert as a sinister widow in Greta help round out the big-screen offerings for next month’s TIFF
Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg is considered an originator of body horror movies, but despite dedicating most of his life to cinema he is willing to let it go.
Consider it an unexpected treasure for fans of the Uncharted videogame franchise. A fan film based on that swashbuckling, tomb-raiding franchise was released online on Monday, starring Nathan Fillion...