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TIFF Canada's Top Ten 2021

“Not since its inaugural year in 2001 have there been so many first appearances among the feature-film selections. Some of these films made their world premieres during the Festival and are now debuting their works on the international festival circuit, which is remarkable for first-time directors — I couldn’t be prouder.” —Cameron Bailey, CEO, TIFF

Dive into Steven Spielberg's universe

As his remake of West Side Story is about to be released in theaters, LaCinetek is delighted to welcome nine Steven Spielberg films in its catalog! (Re)discover the man who, with George Lucas at the dawn of the 1970s, invented the blockbuster and initiated a new era in Hollywood cinema.

Horrorville Holidays

Halloween has come and gone, but, if you’re like us, that doesn’t mean we stop watching horror films. Put those costumes away (until next year) and join us for the first Horrorville Holidays!

Denis Villeneuve Goes Film-by-Film, from ‘Incendies’ to ‘Dune’

Throughout his career–from Incendies (2010) to Blade Runner 2049 (2017) and now Dune–Villeneuve has remained steadfastly loyal to the independent filmmaking frame of mind. His career loyalty, Villeneuve says, is to story–not to the studios paying to make his movies. Said the director: “My loyalty is to cinema. I have a sacred relationship with cinema; it is like a kind of religion.”

The Mutilator Watchalong Live - Now streaming on ARROW

Something is afoot at ARROW HQ. A mysterious presence and the A.I. of the streaming service are determined to turn what should be a big night in ARROW history - our first live stream - into a chilling bloodbath that puts the ARROW team and an array of special guests on the chopping block.

The Criterion Shelf: Fox Noir

The genre of film noir got underway at the beginning of the forties, inspired as it was by the dark perspectives brought on by World War II. Twentieth Century-Fox joined every other studio in capitalizing on their popularity almost immediately with the release of their first entry, I Wake Up Screaming in 1941. Talking about film noir tends to bring our minds to popular Warner Bros. classics like The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep, tales of Los Angeles detectives and double-crossing blondes, but Fox had its own spin…

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