A New Era follows the formula we’ve come to expect from a Downton Abbey movie, but its most emotional and meaningful moments make it an enjoyable watch.
HBO Max’s slow-burning series Station Eleven keeps the audience on its toes by revealing details a little at a time over its ten-episode run. But how effective is its storytelling style?
Though technically well-crafted, Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness favours style over storytelling, and results in a chaotic film with little emotional impact.
In Saint-Narcisse, Bruce La Bruce tackles mythology, religion and sex to tell a story about our selfie-obsessed culture that is bizarre in all the right ways.
Director Nyla Innuksuk crafts something unique with Slash/Back, a vibrant, charming alien invasion sci-fi film that’s drenched in Inuit culture.
Elle Fanning excels in Episode 1 of Hulu ‘s series The Girl From Plainville, inspired by Michelle Carter’s “texting-suicide” case.
Poignant documentary We Are Not Ghouls chronicles military attorney Yvonne Bradley’s attempts to defend a Guantanamo prisoner and uncover a corrupt system.
In Crows Are White, director Ahsen Nadeem visits a secretive Buddhist sect in Japan to shed light on humanity, religion, and what makes life worth living.
Starring Ryan Reynolds as a pilot who teams up with his younger self, The Adam Project is an enjoyable sci-fi adventure about a father and a son.
Girl Picture ‘s director Alli Haapasalo tells us about the film’s messages, challenging gender bias and clichés, casting and aesthetic choices, winning the Audience Award at Sundance and more.