Friday, 19 September 2014

TORONTO REVIEW ROUNDUP


A glut of extra reviews for many more films which showed at TIFF 2014: Anahi Berneri's Aire Libre, reviewed by Jonathan Holland at The Hollywood Reporter, Tony Ayres' Cut Snake, reviewed by Brian Roan at The Film Stage, Morgan Matthews' X+Y, reviewed by Joe Leydon at Variety and Leslie Felperin at The Hollywood Reporter, Jacob Tierney's Preggoland, reviewed by John DeFore at The Hollywood Reporter, Anne Fontaine's Gemma Bovery, reviewed by Jordan Mintzer at The Hollywood Reporter, Dave McKean's Luna, reviewed by Ben Nicholson at CineVue and Leslie Felperin at The Hollywood ReporterKahlil Gibran's The Prophet, from various directors, reviewed by John DeFore at The Hollywood Reporter, Abd al Malik's May Allah Bless France!, reviewed by John DeFore at The Hollywood Reporter, Julie Lopes-Curval's High Society, reviewed by Robert Bell at IOnCinema and John Fink at The Film Stage, David Thorpe's Do I Sound Gay?, reviewed by Boyd van Hoeij at The Hollywood Reporter, Kriv Stenders' Kill Me Three Times, reviewed by Mark Adams at Screen Daily and David Rooney at The Hollywood Reporter, Bent Hamer's 1,001 Grams, reviewed by The Playlist staff at The Playlist and Deborah Young at The Hollywood Reporter, Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano's Samba, reviewed by Peter Debruge at Variety and Jordan Mintzer at The Hollywood Reporter, Shonali Bose's Margarita, with a Straw, reviewed by Leslie Felperin at The Hollywood Reporter, Danis Tanovic's Tigers, reviewed by Deborah Young at The Hollywood Reporter, Wang Xiao Shuai's Red Amnesia, reviewed by Jay Weissberg at Variety, Isabel Coixet's Learning to Drive, reviewed by Justin Chang at Variety and Sheri Linden at The Hollywood Reporter, Jaume Balaguero's [REC]4: Apocalypse, reviewed by Brad Brevet at Rope of Silicon and Jonathan Holland at The Hollywood Reporter, Ann Hui's The Golden Era, reviewed by Guy Lodge at Variety and Boyd van Hoeij at The Hollywood Reporter, Marjane Satrapi's The Voices, reviewed by Adam Chitwood at Collider and Jason Gorber at TwitchFilm, Chris Evans' Before We Go, reviewed by Scott Foundas at Variety and David Rooney at The Hollywood Reporter and Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi's What We Do in the Shadows, reviewed by Phil Brown at Collider.