It’s Oscar season. Paolo Sorrentino’s “Youth” isn’t nominated for Best Picture, but it’s as interesting as anything else on view.
It’s Oscar time, and Dooney’s goes to the movies in search of a Best Picture.
It’s Oscar season. Dooney’s goes to the movies to see Paolo Sorrentino’s “Great Beauty.”
It’s Oscar time. Stan Persky goes to the movies and sees Oscar Isaac in a grim folk song film by the Coen brothers.
Ron Silliman reviews Margarethe von Trotta’s film about Hannah Arendt.
Brian Fawcett is front row centre at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
Brian Fawcett goes to a theatre to find out what’s happening to Canadian film and television actors, and why Tony Nardi is angry about it.
Now playing: not-your-average John Wayne-Western.
Brian Fawcett goes to the movies, somewhat belatedly, and finds something he likes very much.
We send our chief popcorn cruncher to the movies. We want to know about Oscar, but he’s interested in The Glory That Was Greece.