“Can you own a sound?” asks the sampling documentary “Copyright Criminals,” screening Saturday 1/14 in the 3rd Annual Winter Block Party for Hip-Hop Arts at the Chicago Urban Art Society.
J.R. Jones reports from the Toronto film festival.
At this point Frederick Wiseman’s documentaries are almost beyond reproach. For more than 40 years he’s stuck to the same ascetic storytelling style: no title cards, no voice-over narration, no […]
When I covered the 2008 Toronto film festival, my first screening was a Friday 9 AM showing of Joel and Ethan Coen’s Burn After Reading. This year my first screening […]
For the next week I’ll be blogging daily from the Toronto film festival. Today’s big news is that I actually managed to get to Toronto.
Joint review of Swedish black comedy You, the Living and Will Ferrell-produced gag-a-thon The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
The Brothers Bloom, Rian Johnson’s follow-up to his oddball noir Brick, premieres at the Toronto film festival.
From the Toronto film fest: Bill Maher screens clips from “Religulous,” his documentary in the making.