In his late period, Orson Welles was just getting started.
Fritz Lang and Cecil B. DeMille couldn't have done it without their female collaborators.
Of Presidents and high-school lovers: TIFF 2016 ends with misunderstood leaders, missing family, and missing the past.
Perverse and perfervid and splendidly overripe.
Kids in America: Day 7 at TIFF stays firmly in the land of the brave for two very different coming-of-age stories, an oil disaster and plenty of shooting.
Escaping the city: Day 6 wandered off towards trials and tribulations in Portuguese forests and the Australian outback
Val Lewton turned a B assignment into a spooky classic about a woman's fear of her own sexuality.
Best Picture and Best Actress nominees? Day 5 dipped into 20th century history for Holocaust deniers, musicals and a famous First Lady.
A slight case of murder gets even slighter in this '50s remake.
Pushing the limits: Toronto International Film Festival 2016 brings persecution, psychics and dubious action concepts to audiences.