A new semester of film begins with this offering, described by critics as the best movie to date from director Margarethe von Trotta. The Promise is a love story guided by the political realities of life before and after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Woody Allen stars as a neurotic sports writer married to an unbearably good-looking art gallery owner, played by Bonham Carter; the New York couple decide to adopt a child...but to know the rest you've got to see the film!
A movie with a secret, The Usual Suspects has been a popular mainstream thriller for months now. The ensemble cast includes Stephen Baldwin, Chazz Palminteri, Kevin Pollak and Kevin Spacey.
This film, with English subtitles, is directed by theatre-maverick Robert Lepage. Lepage makes his feature film debut with a unforgettable film that is set against Hitchcock's I Confess.
Based on a short story by Japanese mystery writer Rampo, this bizarre and beautiful film celebrates the writer and the dangerous world of his fiction.
Director Clement Virgo's film masterfully conveys the sense of place in which he was raised after leaving Jamaica and arriving in Toronto's Regent Park. The film features music by Dream Warriors, King Cobb Steelie, and Molly Johnson.
Christopher Hampton makes a stunning directorial debut in this film starring Emma Thompson and Jonathan Pryce. Carrington looks at the lives of members of the Bloomsbury group, and Pryce won the best actor prize at Cannes for his portrayal of Lytton Strachey.
The time is 1814 and the British Navy has returned from the Napoleonic Wars. Captain Wentworth has come into money and now needs a wife; he thinks he may have found one in Anne, to whom he was engaged seven years earlier and who suddenly broke the engagement off.
Jennifer Jason Leigh gives the performance of a lifetime as Sadie, a messy, spiky, punk bar-band singer who hasn't got it. But Georgia is really about the sibling rivalry that director Ulu Grosbard follows with the microscopic obsessiveness of a botanist.