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Tiff 2022

  1. movie review
    The Knives Out Sequel Is Bigger and Better Than the OriginalRian Johnson’s Glass Onion is more precisely designed, sitting with its characters rather than immediately showing off their decay.
  2. trailer mix
    Watch the Trailer for Sarah Polley’s ‘Women Talking’Coming to select theaters December 2.
  3. oscar futures
    Are You Ready for This Year’s Incredibly Messy Best Actor Race?In The Whale and The Son, two of the strongest Best Actor contenders come from films a chunk of the critical community absolutely loathed.
  4. tiff 2022
    Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans Wins Top Prize at TIFFPutting him on the path to his 20th Oscar nomination.
  5. movie review
    The Woman King Is a Brawny Historical Epic With a Conflicted View of the PastViola Davis presides over a rousing action movie with a touch of wistful alternative history.
  6. tiff 2022
    The Banshees of Inisherin’s Brilliantly Anti-Romantic Portrait of Rural IrelandIn Bruges stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson reunite with filmmaker Martin McDonagh for a wonderfully dark comedy about an ended friendship.
  7. she’s due
    Will This Finally Be Michelle Williams’s Year?Williams is the emotional backbone of Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans, and this puts her in an Oscars sweet spot.
  8. tiff 2022
    Don’t Worry, The Fabelmans Doesn’t Overdo the ‘Magic of Movies’ ShtickSteven Spielberg’s self-portrait is as endearing as it is indulgent.
  9. roma watch
    Which of This Year’s Wannabe Romas Is the Most Roma-y?It’s shaping up to be a banner fall for directors doing Romas, with Armageddon Time, Empire of Light, and The Fabelmans.
  10. tiff 2022
    Damien Chazelle Pulls Back the Veil on Babylon At TIFFChazelle isn’t done with Babylon yet, but he did treat TIFF to the trailer, revealing an extravaganza of Old Hollywood misbehavior.
  11. the j-law
    Jennifer Lawrence on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Erika Jayne: ‘Evil’“Don’t drag me into this,” her Causeway co-star Brian Tyree Henry responds.
  12. bowled over
    Brendan Fraser, King of the North, Wins His First Award Since Peewee Bowling“This is new for me, as these things go, because normally I’m the guy at the podium who hands these things out.”
  13. tiff 2022
    Is Harry Styles a Good Actor? A ConversationAfter the premieres of Don’t Worry Darling and My Policeman, we must speak our truth.
  14. tiff 2022
    Catherine Called Birdy Is DelightfulLena Dunham takes on a beloved children’s novel, and the results are unexpectedly endearing.
  15. trailer mix
    Paul Dano, Michelle Williams Wage Marital War in The Fabelmans TrailerSteven Spielberg’s autobiographical drama.
  16. tiff 2022
    Is the Year’s Most Urgent Me Too Movie About Mennonites?Sarah Polley’s new movie may be set in an insular religious community, but its themes are universal.
  17. tiff 2022
    Jennifer Lawrence’s New Movie Calls Back to Her Indie RootsCauseway is probably too subdued for awards traction, but it’s a welcome reminder of the intimate, unfussy role that launched the star’s career.
  18. tiff 2022
    Clapter and Ass-Shaking at the World Premiere of BrosWhen an audience member asked why, despite all the talk of representation, the film stars two white men, co-star Ts Madison stepped up to the plate.
  19. first looks
    Oh Goody, It’s Another Radical-Physical-Transformation PerformanceThe Whale isn’t exactly how we wanted our Brendan Fraser–ssaince to go.
  20. tiff 2022
    TIFF, Feeling ‘White & Nerdy,’ Adds Weird: The Al Yankovic Story to Its LineupEzra Miller appears in the festival’s closing film, Dalíland, despite being omitted from the announcement.