‘Wolfwalkers’ Review: What Big Eyes You’ll Have Watching Tomm Moore’s Environmental Fairy Tale

As a girl, Robyn is expected to stay at home, doing scullery duty, but she sneaks out instead. Robyn fears the worst when she comes face to face with a wolf in a clearing, although this one looks different: It’s cuter, almost cuddly, and has the same three dots high on its cheek earlier seen […]

David Oyelowo Explains How Acting Helped With His Directorial Debut on ‘The Water Man’

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Kemp Powers’ ‘One Night in Miami’ Sheds Light on the Civil Rights Movement

What are your thoughts on Hollywood’s response to the Black Lives Matter movement? I do like the fact that people are willing to be more vocal. I do love the fact that being unapologetically Black is now a common thing and accepted thing, because believe me, it wasn’t back in 2013 when the play came […]

TIFF Filmmaker Lab Talent Jorge Cadena Talks About Indigenous Queer Project ‘Tropical Malady’

As soon as I got accepted in school — HEAD, Geneva — I began a process that comes much more from experimental cinema — to free oneself from standard structures, a cinema shot on film, that seeks texture, that has other elements. … I did a lot of documentary work because for me, there was […]