‘Jojo Rabbit’ wins Toronto film festival audience award, as Oscar season has few clear front-runners
The buzz from the fall film festivals — Venice, Telluride and the just-wrapped Toronto — sometimes ends the Oscar best picture race even before the for-your-consideration billboards go up along Sunset
While Hollywood heavyweights like Tom Hanks and Renée Zellweger were out in force, some of the biggest treats were smaller titles Every film festival has its own personality, its own unique selling point.
The Telluride and Venice film festivals have ended and Toronto is winding down. Times film critic Justin Chang and entertainment columnist Glenn Whipp took a break between a few last-minute screenings
Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler) and Julia Sullivan (Drew Barrymore) make each other laugh. That’s a surprisingly rare occurrence in romantic comedies, where the jokes are usually reserved for the audience’s
Three V.F. staffers discuss what they saw at Toronto, Telluride, and Venice—and try to figure out which of this fall’s big films might go all the way to the Academy Awards. Now that the V.F. team has from
L.A. Times writers Glenn Whipp and Justin Chang discuss their Toronto festival highlights including “Marriage Story,” “Knives Out,” “Uncut Gems” and “The Lighthouse.” Writer-director Rian Johnson and members
There has long been a tension in the career of Adam Sandler, between the successful comedies he stars in for his own production company and the more serious work he has done for outside filmmakers including