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Toronto 2019

Review: Judy

Review: Judy

A look-at-me-I'm-a-star performance by Renée Zellweger ensures Rupert Goold's Judy Garland biopic crawls over the rainbow in the end  

19/09 | Toronto 2019 | Special Presentations

Daniel Joseph Borgman  • Director of Resin

Interview: Daniel Joseph Borgman • Director of Resin

“Love without the potential for freedom becomes toxic and, ultimately, destructive”

We chatted to New Zealand-born filmmaker Daniel Joseph Borgman about the secluded, broken paradise depicted in his third feature, Resin  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Resin

Review: Resin

Daniel Joseph Borgman creates an eerie, claustrophobic paradise full of nightmares and folk tales as a 13-year-old hermit is held captive by her own family  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Minos Nikolakakis  • Director of Entwined

Interview: Minos Nikolakakis • Director of Entwined

"What you craft in your mind is always more effective than what actually happens"

We chatted to Greek writer-director Minos Nikolakakis, whose feature debut, Entwined, world-premiered in Toronto's Discovery section  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Review: True History of the Kelly Gang

Review: True History of the Kelly Gang

Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of Peter Carey's Booker Prize-winning novel is a fictional imagining of the life and crimes of 19th-century Australian Ned Kelly  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Galas

Review: Saint Maud

Review: Saint Maud

Debuting writer-director Rose Glass has crafted a perfect Midnight Madness film with a social message about the health service  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Midnight Madness

Review: Dirt Music

Review: Dirt Music

Passions run high in this overly melodramatic story of love, grief and trauma set against the backdrop of the Australian Outback  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Special Presentations

Review: Greed

Review: Greed

Michael Winterbottom has made a hilarious film about the dangers of capitalism, utilising his muse Steve Coogan as a retail giant  

18/09 | Toronto 2019 | Special Presentations

Review: Three Summers

Review: Three Summers

Brazilian Sandra Kogut offers up a dramatic comedy revolving around a domestic cleaner indirectly affected by the famous Operation Car Wash  

17/09 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Stories from the Chestnut Woods

Review: Stories from the Chestnut Woods

Gregor Bozic's first feature is an exquisite visual poem on bereavement, which his characters must process in isolation from the rest of the world, in a forest between Italy and Yugoslavia  

17/09 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery