Monday, October 19, 2020

Tag: film

A new home for contemporary art

A new home for contemporary art has opened in the up and coming area of Toronto’s Junction Triangle. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)...

Inside Out cleverly blends art and psychology

This summer set the bar for next year’s summer films. With strong storylines, performances, and special effects, summer releases kept viewers well entertained. Amid...

Film Festival doesn’t disappoint

When I went to the UTM Film Festival two years ago, technical difficulties failed to impress the crowd of about 10. This time around,...

TIFF takes flight

With the Toronto International Film Festival kicking off this past Friday, critics and film fans alike descended on the city to catch the newest...

Everyone just wants a good show

Reality television gets dystopian in the film adaptation of The Hunger Games

Radcliffe all grown up

The boy who lived takes on new horror flick, The Woman in Black.

The Medium Rants About: Oscars Nominations

An Oscar is the highest honour for anyone involved in the film industry. It validates filmmakers, actors, actresses, writers, and so on, as the...

Awards with Andrea: Golden Globes Edition

Here are The Medium’s predictions for who will win, who should win, and who got snubbed in the process.

Tinkers, tailors, soldiers—oh my!

In the end, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a tense, complex, but worthwhile film that boasts one of the finest casts of recent times and a director who has exceeded expectations.

Medium Visits TIFF

Our reviews of the best TIFF had to offer, along with a look at all the newsworthy moments.

The Medium Visits TIFF

The Ides of March Perhaps the most hyped-up film of the entire festival, George Clooney’s The Ides of March boasts a stellar cast—Ryan Gosling,...

Bored? It’s anything but boring

Just out of a relationship, the frequently intoxicated Jonathan Ames is down and out and doesn’t know what to do. His writing career is...

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