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Degrassi lands three-part docuseries that will school fans in its enduring legacy

Degrassi lands three-part docuseries that will school fans in its enduring legacy

TORONTO — Production is underway on a three-part documentary that promises a crash course on the history of Degrassi. WildBrain Ltd.
'Killers of the Flower Moon' named best film of 2023 by National Board of Review

'Killers of the Flower Moon' named best film of 2023 by National Board of Review

NEW YORK (AP) — “Killers of the Flower Moon” was named the best film of the year by the National Board of Review, adding to the early awards-season haul of Martin Scorsese's Osage epic.
Sundance lineup for 40th edition features Kristen Stewart, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Steven Soderbergh

Sundance lineup for 40th edition features Kristen Stewart, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Steven Soderbergh

Kristen Stewart and Steven Yeun co-star in a love story about a satellite and a buoy, Chiwetel Ejiofor directs a film about the life of Rob Peace and Will Ferrell takes a road trip with his best friend who is transitioning in three of the films premi
'Blackberry,' 'Seven Veils' among TIFF's picks for top Canadian films of 2023

'Blackberry,' 'Seven Veils' among TIFF's picks for top Canadian films of 2023

TORONTO — A chaotic comedy about a generation-defining smartphone and a drama about a tortured opera director are among the Toronto International Film Festival's picks for best Canadian films of the year.
Review: Swan song or not, Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Boy and the Heron' is a master surveying his empire

Review: Swan song or not, Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Boy and the Heron' is a master surveying his empire

When Hayao Miyazaki's “The Boy and the Heron" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, the filmmaker Guillermo del Toro said in his introductory remarks: “We are privileged enough to be living in a time where Mozart is compo
Pixar's Toronto-set 'Turning Red' among Disney Plus debuts now headed to theatres

Pixar's Toronto-set 'Turning Red' among Disney Plus debuts now headed to theatres

Pixar's Toronto-set animated film "Turning Red" is getting its day on the big screen after a Disney Plus home premiere during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Oscar-nominated movie is booked for a theatrical run starting Feb. 9, 2024.
Movie Review: 'Leave the World Behind' is a terrific blend of thriller, disaster and satire

Movie Review: 'Leave the World Behind' is a terrific blend of thriller, disaster and satire

Imagine that it's close to midnight and there's a knock at the door of your luxurious weekend rental home. A man is standing there, calmly apologizing. He says it's his home and that he and his daughter need your help.
Tom Hanks draws on his love of space for immersive documentary 'The Moonwalkers'

Tom Hanks draws on his love of space for immersive documentary 'The Moonwalkers'

LONDON (AP) — You won’t see Tom Hanks on one of those space tourism flights that whisk celebrities and millionaires on a suborbital jaunt for a few hours. He says it wouldn’t be enough time out of this world.
'Past Lives,' 'May December' and 'American Fiction' lead Spirit Award nominations

'Past Lives,' 'May December' and 'American Fiction' lead Spirit Award nominations

Celine Song’s “Past Lives,” Todd Haynes’ “May December” and Cord Jefferson’s “American Fiction” got a leading five nominations, including best feature, from the Film Independent Spirit Awards.

In ‘Wonka,’ Timothée Chalamet finds a world of pure imagination

Hugh Grant learned some years ago that if a filmmaker doesn’t make something from the heart, it shows. The films that work best, and are most loved, he's found, are the ones that the directors really meant.