Toronto International Film Festival 2015 – all our coverage

First-look reviews

  • The White Knights – first look

    The White Knights – first look

    Joachim Lafosse’s thriller works ethical wonders with the true story of a group of best-intentioned child abductors in war-torn Chad, says Ashley Clark.
    Wednesday 16 September 2015

  • Desierto – first look

    Desierto – first look

    Migration turns to flight in Jonás Cuarón’s second feature, a relentless death-chase thriller set in the Sonoran desert, says Sam Wigley.
    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • Sunset Song – first look

    Sunset Song – first look

    Of time and the country: Terence Davies composes an epic, gracious if uneven testament to Scottish farming bygones from Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s classic novel, says Ashley Clark.
    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • The Program – first look

    The Program – first look

    Stephen Frears retells cycling’s Lance Armstrong fiasco as a classic horror fable, rich in hubris and nemesis, says Samuel Wigley.
    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • Office – first look

    Office – first look

    Adam Cook on Hong Kong virtuoso Johnnie To’s first musical, set in the abstract enginery and moral warren of a high financial corporation.
    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • Our Brand Is Crisis – first look

    Our Brand Is Crisis – first look

    David Gordon Green’s drama of Rachel Boynton’s political-ops-abroad doc slowly sinks into its very own foreign quagmire, says Ashley Clark.
    Sunday 13 September 2015

  • Where to Invade Next – first look

    Where to Invade Next – first look

    Nick James on Michael Moore’s postcards from a tour of Europe’s social-democractic nirvanas.
    Saturday 12 September 2015

  • 88:88 – first look

    88:88 – first look

    Bridging the impoverished and the immeasurable, with his debut feature Winnipeg experimental wunderkind Isiah Medina makes ripples to reckon with, says Adam Cook.
    Saturday 12 September 2015

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