Toronto Film Festival

Nocturama – first look review

By Manuela Lazic

Bertrand Bonello stuns with this coolly exacting, lightly experimental take on the impulse modern terrorism.

The Magnificent Seven to open 2016 Toronto Film Festival

By Charlie Theobald

Denzel Washington stars in this western remake, with many other exciting titles announced.

Stonewall – first look review

By David Jenkins

Director Roland Emmerich offers a laughably tin-eared take on ’60s gay counterculture.

Evolution – first look review

By David Jenkins

Lucile Hadžihalilović makes a triumphant return with this experimental surgical horror (with added starfish).

Afternoon – first look review

By David Jenkins

Tsai Ming-Liang and his collaborator/muse Lee Kang-Sheng have a long, deep conversation about their relationship.

In Jackson Heights – first look review

By David Jenkins

Legendary documentarian Frederick Wiseman’s ode to cultural diversity is a bustling profile of New York.

Office – first look review

By David Jenkins

This cubist corporate musical set during the financial crash of 2008 oozes with boldness and creativity.

Where to Invade Next – first look review

By David Jenkins

Michael Moore’s new movie is an example of a filmmaker with nothing valuable to say.

High-Rise – first look review

By David Jenkins

Ben Wheatley’s JG Ballard adaptation is a glowing cluster of stand-alone transgressions.

Our Little Sister – first look review

By David Ehrlich

The latest from Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda is sweet and saccharine to a fault.

Our Brand Is Crisis – first look review

By David Jenkins

Sandra Bullock tears up the political scene in La Paz in David Gordon Green’s feather-light political comedy.

I Saw the Light – first look review

By David Jenkins

This country music biopic starring Tom Hiddleston is a model of thoughtful restraint.

Demolition – first look review

By David Jenkins

A top-tier festival opener arrives in the form of this scattershot yet thoughtful study of grief.

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