Xavier Dolan
The indie TV selections at Sundance wrestle with guilt in its many forms, as "The Night Logan Woke Up" and "Poacher" top the section.
TIFF: Charlotte Salomon was murdered at Auschwitz. The radical work of art she completed in her short life makes you wish for a much better film.
The filmmaker behind the acclaimed "Mommy" is preparing to make his television directorial debut.
Mubi has picked up the Canadian director's long-awaited coming-of-age film for a VOD release this summer.
The passion project at long last will arrive stateside more than a year after its 2018 Toronto Film Festival world premiere.
Director Andy Muschietti hopes to reclaim an element of the story that's gotten lost over time.
The Canadian filmmaker’s epic drama is still seeking U.S. distribution.
The industry has no problem making a genre out of gay romances, and yet you never hear the term "heterosexual romance."
Xavier Dolan returns to form with a touching drama about two bros whose friendship changes after they kiss each other in a student film.
Dolan is debuting his own film in the Competition section, but the filmmaker has already singled out a favorite: Céline Sciamma’s riveting period drama.
TIFF: This long-delayed project from the Canadian auteur wasn't worth the wait.
Dolan's new film, "The Death and Life of John F. Donovan," is having its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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