There goes the neighbourhood… Directed by George Clooney, Suburbicon is a satirical look at the suburban world of the late 50s, as racial integration was truly beginning to break down social barriers. The film tells the story of Garner Lodge (Matt Damon), a family man who lives with his wife, paralyzed as a result of… [Read More]
Stream below for our 1on1 interview with director, Sean Menard! Directed by Sean Menard, UNINTERRUPTED’s The Carter Effect focuses its lens on the cultural impact of Vince Carter, former NBA all-star and face of the Toronto Raptors franchise from 1998-2004. While every city has a deep affection for their sports heroes, the relationship between Carter… [Read More]
America needs Arrival. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, Arrival begins on the day that (the latest) aliens appear over major cities around the world. Resting silently and still above the earth, these objects send the population into a moment of fear as everyone awaits what will happen next. When the military begins the process of communicating with… [Read More]
Johnny Depp is back. At least that’s what everyone is saying. In some ways, it’s odd to think of Depp being ‘back’ when he never really went away. Certainly, he remains beloved by people around the globe (especially evidenced in the borderline chaos that erupted when he arrived in Toronto). Although,it’s fair to say that, by filling… [Read More]
What do you do when you’re hunted by the truth? In Beast, Jaime Gray (newcomer Chad McKinney) is a boxer in the Philippines. After he and his father (Garret Dillahunt) make a costly error in judgment in order to win big with a bookie, Jaime is torn between running in fear and doing what is… [Read More]
“Knowledge is the new Scripture.” Equals takes place in the future where scientific and technological advancement have become the new gods of the age. Through advancements in genetic modification, humanity has been forbidden from experiencing emotions, physical touch and — gasp! — sex in order to increase productivity. People like Silas (Nicholas Hoult) and Nia… [Read More]
“We were looking for America’s soul.” Say what you will about controversial director Michael Moore, but he certainly knows how to stir up conversation. For over twenty-five years, Moore has cried out on behalf of the American poor and downtrodden, fearlessly stepping on the toes of the rich and powerful. He has never had a… [Read More]
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