David Cronenberg

TIFF 2014 Diary: How do you like it so far?

Highlights from the first two days of the festival, including partying with Jake Gyllenhaal and diving into the latest Cronenberg


Actress! Actress! Female performances ruled Cannes

As the competition wraps, we rate the hits and misses, and weigh the odds on the Palme d’Or

Cronenberg lights up Cannes with ‘Maps to the Stars’

With his best film since ‘Eastern Promises,’ and one of the most playful of his career, Cronenberg is a contender for the Palme D’Or

Canadian Screen Awards spread the wealth—among Quebec talent

‘Enemy’ and ‘Gabrielle’ dominate the film prizes; ‘Orphan Black,’ ‘Call Me Fitz’ and ‘Jack’ win TV trophies

David Cronenberg in all his weirdness

More like our Bowie than our Alice Munro, now he has an art show

Canada’s top 10 movies in 2012, according to TIFF

The year’s best features and documentaries were announced tonight in Toronto

Cosmopolis + Prometheus = Cosmetheus?

Ridley Scott reboots the ‘Alien’ franchise, while ‘Alien’ godfather David Cronenberg conducts a space odyssey in a stretch limo

‘Cosmopolis’: an inner space odyssey

As a blood-sucking capitalist in search of his soul, Robert Pattinson is more undead than the vampire in ‘Twilight’

Needles and damage done: ‘Antiviral,’ ‘Lawless,’ and ‘The Hunt’ at Cannes

Brandon Cronenberg’s ‘Antiviral’ draws horror from one thing that makes his dad squeamish—needles


Big directors turn to the small screen

Money is plentiful and dramas are provocative—on TV

‘Monsieur Lazhar’ sweeps the Genies

The film’s Genie triumph crowns a string of honours including an Oscar nomination

Quebec and Croneberg lead Genies

Sarah Polley’s ‘Take This Waltz’ is snubbed as foreign co-pros lead English Canadian fare