Katarina Gligorijevic

Katarina Gligorijevic is a Toronto based writer and major movie nerd whose work has appeared in two Coach House Books anthologies, Point of View magazine, Exclaim!, and several other online and print publications. In addition to Toronto Film Scene, she maintains her own blog, and is currently working on a novel about abductions and communicating with pears, and a screenplay about a sexy werewolf.

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Review: Stay

Abbey (Taylor Schilling) is a young woman who’s shacked up at the end of the world (okay, rural Ireland) with an aging ex-professor, Dermot…

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Review: Big Bad Wolves

A little girl goes missing and is found murdered and beheaded soon after. The most recent victim of a string of grizzly child murders,…

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Review: How I Live Now

Kevin Macdonald delves into pseudo-apocalyptic speculative fiction with this adaptation of Meg Rosoff’s young adult novel about a tough punk named Daisy (played here…

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Review: Bastards

It’s difficult to describe the plot of Claire Denis’ latest conundrum without giving away too much. Sea captain Marco (Vincent Lindon, who also starred…

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Review: Baggage Claim

TransAlliance air hostess Montana (Paula Patton) is 30, single, and in search of true love — or, at least, an engagement ring. When she…

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Review: Battle of the Year

Battle of the Year begins with the laughably inexplicable premise that b-boying is no longer cool in America. At least, that’s the conclusion that…

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TFS Explains: A Film Market

When I first heard the term “film market”, it conjured images of some kind of sprawling field of farmer’s stands where, instead of piles…

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TIFF Review: Stay

Abbey (Taylor Schilling) is a young woman who’s shacked up at the end of the world (okay, rural Ireland) with an aging ex-professor, Dermot…