click
tracking
Mia Hansen-Love

The second section of Issue 7 is an in-depth interview with Mia Hansen-Løve (All Is Forgiven, The Father of My Children and Goodbye First Love). Mia Hansen-Løve is a French filmmaker whose films have drawn…

Miguel Gomes

Miguel Gomes is a Portuguese filmmaker whose four shorts and three feature films that generally share an interest in formal games. His feature films loosely adhere to two-part structures, not unlike the occasionally referenced film, The…

Mia Hansen-Love

Mia Hansen-Løve is a French filmmaker whose films have drawn attention for their engagement with the history of French cinema, their bifurcated structures, and the recurring theme of fathers and daughters. Her debut film, Tout…

Rodney King

A video essay that compares the use of the Rodney King beating tape in the films Malcolm X (Spike Lee, 1992) and Dark Blue (Ron Shelton, 2002). The essay explores how these two films differ…

We are hosting coverage of TIFF ’12 out of a beautiful and very accommodating gallery space (Onsite [at] OCAD U) around the corner from the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. Our unofficial coverage is modelled…

Heartbeats

Stéphanie Weber-Biron is a director and cinematographer, whose work has spanned feature films, animated shorts, music videos and documentaries. As a cinematographer she has collaborated twice with director Xavier Dolan (J’ai tué ma mère and…

Greatest Hits

Nicolás Pereda is a Mexican-Canadian filmmaker whose films have been taken up as a talking point by a number of critics, on subjects as varied as contemporary Mexican cinema, contemporary contemplative cinema and the nebulous…

Section 2 of Issue 6 is a video essay that investigates the formal themes of the MDF Trilogy: Assault, Princess Margaret Blvd., and Out in that Deep Blue Sea. These three shorts, directed by MDFF‘s…

Tony Scott on the set of Déjà Vu. Photo (c) Touchstone/Everett/Rex Features Director Tony Scott passed away yesterday and many cinephiles mourned the loss today as the news spread. Amidst the remembrances and discussions of…

MDF Trilogy

A video essay that investigates the formal themes of the MDF Trilogy: Assault, Princess Margaret Blvd., and Out in that Deep Blue Sea. These three shorts, directed by MDFF’s Kazik Radwanski (Tower), all chronicle unlikely…