TIFF 2022: Broker, One Fine Morning

It takes a truly confident filmmaker to write and direct a character study that feels as low stakes as Mia Hansen-Løve’s “One Fine Morning,” which premiered at Cannes before Toronto and an upcoming theatrical release.

The Film Comment Podcast: TIFF 2022 #1

Explosive material: our first dispatch from TIFF touches on Jafar Panahi’s <em>No Bears</em>, Joanna Hogg’s <em>The Eternal Daughter</em>, eco-terrorist thriller <em>How to Blow Up a Pipeline</em>, and more

TIFF 2022: Emily, Causeway, The Eternal Daughter

True biographical information about Wuthering Heights author Emily Brontë is notoriously sparse. Much of what has been written about her comes from the point of view of her sister, and fellow writer, Charlotte, author of Jane


When I was a kid my incipient love of film history was fueled by the fact that local TV stations in the New York City area had hours of time to fill and stockpiles of

Review: Funny Pages

Back issues: though the new <em>Funny Pages</em> is set in the present day, the cartooning world it depicts is firmly that of the 1990s

Screen Time: Takahiko Iimura (1937-2022)

Light work: the Japanese filmmaker’s tireless curiosity allowed him ever new and different angles from which to tackle questions about the singularity of each cinematic moment