Nelson A. Denis looks not at earlier colonial history, but rather measures taken to subdue Nationalists before and after their 1950 uprising.
Although it has some fishy alterations, this is a mind-blowing production.
Writer Director Ramin Bahrani has effectively recast hell as the foreclosure real estate market.
Mark St. Germain's "Scott and Hem" imagines a 1937 F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway meetup in Hollywood.
The small country of Bangladesh, the poorest nation in Asia, is the location for a couple of interesting films shown at TIFF.
This film festival is not lacking in films from Latin America, including gems from Argentina, Chile, and Mexico.
As mentioned in a previous column, documentaries are not always more truthful that fiction films.
It's been six long years since the humorist provocateur Michael Moore has made a film.
Sinclair dedicates her book "to those who have been bullied, whether the blows arrived by fists or with words."
Although it uses the Bolivian election and the GCS involvement as the basis for the story, it makes some plot alterations.