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A new documentary on Elvis Presley tries to make the rock icon the embodiment of America.
‘Leave No Trace’ weaves a poignant tale about a father running from society and a daughter who yearns for it.
While peppier than its predecessor, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom still feels very calculated.
As Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece returns to theaters for its 50th anniversary, have moviegoers betrayed its legacy?
A documentary about local non-profit Extend the Day shows what it’s like for over 1.2 billion people throughout the world who lack electricity.
The heist film delivers on-screen thrills, and illustrates a potential future path for MoviePass.
Journey from Wakanda to a galaxy far, far away with this year’s summer film slate.
From an isolated scientist to an always-connected teen, we highlight the fest’s offerings from June 4–10.
A wide variety of comedies highlight the fest’s offerings from May 29–June 3.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ plays it pretty safe, but still manages to be a fun space adventure.
Arresting lead performances give this British psychological thriller an alluringly dangerous sexual energy.
From a PBS star to a hip-hop firebrand, our choices for the must-see films screening at the fest from May 21–28.
From Chinese internet stars to a classic Japanese masterpiece, our choices for the must-see films screening at the fest from May 17–20.
Deadpool 2 might not be as sharp as the original, but the barrage of pop culture jokes keeps things fun.
As calls for accountability and inclusions roil Hollywood, SIFF’s power duo leads the nation’s largest film festival into a fairer future.
Picks for our most anticipated films at this year’s festival.
Charlize Theron carries Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody’s tale of weary parental life.
From action blockbusters to heartfelt documentaries, our film critic picks the summer’s must-see films.
The overstuffed “climax” of Marvel’s long-running superhero series is undercut by the knowledge that it’ll continue.
The Argentinian film follows a hapless cog of colonialism disorientingly seeking escape.