Category: TIFF 2015

TIFF 2015 Review: Southbound

Over the course of a single day, along a deserted state highway somewhere in the desert, five subtly interconnected tales of terror (introduced by a gravelly voiced, ominous radio DJ, played by Larry Fessenden) unfurl. Two dudes...

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TIFF 2015 Review: Wolkaan

From the streets of Tehran to the American Midwest, we journey through memory and loss. Wolkaan is a complex meditation on cinematic juxtaposition, as director Bahar Noorizadeh takes us on a journey down two roads. Her vivid...

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TIFF 2015 Review: The Swimming Lesson

Childhood fears appear very differently through the eyes of a child than to those on the sideline observing. The Swimming Lesson is an exploration of that fear. Filmmaker Olivia Boudreau brings us into the world of a...

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TIFF 2015 Review: Kokom

Kokom is Kevin Papaties’s presentation of the history and resilience of his family’s aboriginal heritage. Using mixed media, we are taken on a journey of memory and preservation. Papatie pays loving homage to his...

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TIFF 2015 Review: Mr. Right

After discovering that her boyfriend has been cheating on her, loveable, scatterbrained Martha (Anna Kendrick) starts looking for omens in her day-to-day existence, eventually realizing she lacks the capacity to allow adventure...

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TIFF 2015 Review: Stonewall

Danny (Jeremy Irvine) flees his small Indiana home after he’s publicly outed as a gay man and heads to New York City and eventually Greenwich Village where he joins the gay subculture of Christopher Street in 1969. However, as...

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