Over four decades after its premiere in 1970, French queer filmmaker Paul Vecchiali's "The Strangler" has made its way to America.
Adapted from a series of graphic novels, Fincher's latest feature strips the familiar hitman movie down to its essence, but doesn't manage to infuse much inspiration into this genre film.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman do fine work, as does Charles Melton, in Todd Haynes' psychological drama about past actions and the evolving impact of their ongoing repercussions.
The 48th edition of TIFF has come and gone, and while the ongoing Hollywood strikes led to a more subdued event than usual, from a festival goers' perspective, not much changed.
Catching up on this year's TIFF, we highlight some films from big names, including Taika Waititi's "Next Goal Wins," the gay rodeo drama "American Anthem" and Richard Linklater and actor Glenn Powell's delightful collab "Hit Man."
The Toronto International Film Festival kicked off this week. Here is a look at some titles in the festival that already made a splash at Cannes last Spring.
A look at some of the LGBTQ+ offerings at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, highlighting 11 films we expect viewers will be looking forward to or will soon discover for themselves as hidden gems.
Distinctive would be the key word to describe "Fremont," the latest feature by Iranian filmmaker Babak Jalali, which stands out with its portrait of modern-day America through the eyes of a new arrival to the country.
Out filmmaker Ira Sachs ("Little Men," "Keep the Lights On") talks to EDGE about his new film, "Passages," as well as the controversial NC-17 ruling the MPAA gave it.
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