People say, “books are always better,” and while it’s true that it’s a rare and fantastic occasion when a film supersedes its source material, there are times when something that began on the page can be given new life on screen.
Over the course of her career, Satrapi has stopped trying to please people. “It’s a lost cause,” she states. “I never wanted to be a cultural prostitute.”
With a focus on first-rate international cinema and Canadian creativity, TIFF 2020’s lineup “reflects [the] tumult” of the year.”
The Singapore-born, New York–based author’s Crazy Rich Asians trilogy explores the unbelievable lives of Asia’s elite.
This fall, the 43rd annual Toronto International Film Festival presents another crop of exceptional cinema.
At 25, Toronto’s Hot Docs International Film Festival isn’t slowing down: with over 260 films representing 56 countries offering a diverse sampling of subjects, from pop culture to politics.
For a perfect automotive double feature, look no further than these two films.
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival opens with a Swedish film recounting the famous 1980 showdown between two tennis rivals.