Monday, April 23, 2018

James Cameron fed up with Marvel’s Avengers movies

The Oscar-winning director admits he is weary of the sheer volume of comic book adaptations currently being released – with the majority all revolving around male egos.

22 movies to watch at Hot Docs

The annual documentary festival turns 25 this year, with more than 200 titles — its biggest lineup yet.

‘Deadpool 2’ Releases Final Trailer [VIDEO]

In classic Deadpool style, the sequel looks like it’ll feature a lot of slapstick violence, explosions, flying motorcycles, kicks to the face, and goofy one-liners

James Cameron compares Avatar sequels to The Godfather

The man behind legendary sci-fi franchises such as “Terminator” and “Avatar” told reporters on Saturday that he’s a fan of the “Avengers” movies, but he fears that they have dominated too much of the genre as of late.h

Venice Film Festival to Honor David Cronenberg With Lifetime Achievement Award

Canadian director David Cronenberg will be honoured by the Venice Film Festival with its Golden Lion prize, the festival board announced Thursday, for his lifetime's work on life, death and sex wrapped up in gory horror and alienation.

Why wasn’t an Indigenous director hired to make Indian Horse?

The just-released movie, adapted from the late Richard Wagamese's acclaimed novel about a hockey player who survived Canada's residential school system, highlights problems about who gets to tell stories in this country

Ten of the buzziest festival films coming to Hot Docs

These docs have been making waves at Sundance and other fests ahead of their Toronto premieres

Bell Media Partners with Hot Docs to Present the Festival’s 25th Year, beginning April...

It’s almost time for Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, the largest documentary festival, conference and market in North America beginning Thursday, April 26 through Sunday, May 6.

Rachel Weisz: ‘Disobedience’ Sex Scene With Rachel McAdams Empowers Their Characters

Weisz's authority as one of the film's producers is one of the reasons the explicit scene is earning acclaim for not featuring the male gaze.

Vancouver film community addresses mental health and addiction

‘There are no performances’ in film industry PSA