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by InRO Staff Festival Coverage Film

Toronto International Film Festival 2019 | Dispatch 6: A Hidden Life, Atlantis, Seberg

September 18, 2019

Our sixth dispatch from the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival (here’s our first, our second, our third, our fourth, our fifth) offers an eclectic mix of takes: Terrence Malick’s return to more pastoral vistas, A Hidden Life; Venice award-winner Atlantis; Ken Loach’s latest social lambast, Sorry We Missed You; Benedict Andrew’s micro-biopic of the titular starlet, Seberg; and another four, more under-the-radar films of varying success — Pema Tseden’s Jinpa follow-up, Balloon; micro-budget sci-fier, The Vast of Night; Gael Garcia Bernal’s…

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by InRO Staff Feature Articles Film Year in Review

Top 15 Films of 2017

The finest films of 2017 simultaneously offered us a respite from, and a deeper reflection on, our fraught and fractured social and political realities. In sharp contrast to our unfortunate tendency to segregate ourselves with social media-fueled enclaves and ecosystems that do little more than…

December 29, 2017
#KickingtheCanon by Matthew Lucas Film

The Thin Red Line | Terrence Malick

Whenever anyone mentions the 1998 Oscars, the conversation inevitably turns to the great “injustice” of Shakespeare in Love beating Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture. But the real injustice of the 1998 Oscars wasn’t denying Ryan the top prize, it was in not rewarding Terrence Malick’s masterpiece, The Thin Red…

February 9, 2015
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