Film critic Thom Ernst says the film is a ‘perfect parody of an Italian horror sub-genre,’ but wonders if its premise is a little too niche, even for movie buffs.
Toronto’s newest film commissioner Zaib Shaikh shares his vision for the city’s newly reshaped role.
In his keynote at TIFF’s Doc Conference on Tuesday, Michael Moore (pictured) said more documentaries need to be made for theaters, rather than television, and that these films need to entertain audiences instead of lecture them.
Alanis Obomsawin talks to Playback‘s sister publication realscreen about her latest TIFF doc and her experiences revisiting a century-old document.
Following its debut at TIFF on Tuesday, film critic Thom Ernst reviews Xavier Dolan’s film for Playback and finds a filmmaker that “challenges the breaking points of an against-all-odds narrative.”
Jed Weintrob, head of production at Conde Nast Entertainment, discusses what the company wants from factual content for its online brands and partner sites.
The video portal will use its wide social media reach to help market the Canadian release of the vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows.