A few favourites from this year’s festival.
The film examines the life and career of Franca Sozzani, the legendary editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue, through the lens of her son, filmmaker Francesco Carrozzini.
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival opens with a Swedish film recounting the famous 1980 showdown between two tennis rivals.
Throughout summer, an artistically-shot film of spawning salmon will be projected onto the underside of Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge.
Leaning into her microphone at the post-premiere press conference of Lion, the first feature film by Australian director Garth Davis, actor Nicole Kidman admitted, “I don’t think there is a Hollywood anymore.”
The Grasslands Project, a series of 10 Canadian National Film Board documentary shorts shot across Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, aims to demystify the Prairies.
From Tribeca to Telluride, Cannes to Canberra, the international film festival circuit is always an adrenalin rush.
The visceral appeal of fashion extends far beyond the runway, and luxury brands often explore this by blurring the lines between design and media. As such, a staple Prada bag captured on film becomes not only a campaign told through story, but a work of art in and of itself.
One of the main charms of central Amsterdam is its Renaissance architecture. Just northwest of Rembrandt Square—named after Dutch master painter Rembrandt van Rijn—sits a prime example, the Pathé Tuschinski theatre.