This documentary of the history of folk horror is encyclopedic and academic, and casts a rapturous spell on viewers hungry for knowledge.
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Despite roots in real-life trauma, Ismaël el Iraki's pulpy film fumbles its slippery approach.
Darkness explores complex topics, and the acting is admirable in capturing the raw emotions behind this heightened situation, but it leaves a bit too much shrouded in the shadows.
Our latest from CIFF looks at three films that deal with hardship and growth.
Michel Franco crafts a stinging rebuke of the idealized revolution by staging a nightmarish one.
CIFF 2020 is off to a romantic start with two French coming of age films.
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While students everywhere fear disciplinary action, some punishments are far more grave than being forced to attend detention outside school hours. In 1962, Taiwan was under martial law, and Detention takes us
This animated fable is powerful and beautifully-realized.
'Ammonite' stands on the shoulders of its ilk, but doesn't reach any moving heights.