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Sarah Polley in her home office in Toronto. (Photograph by Sarah Bodri)

Heather O’Neill on Sarah Polley

Polley became famous when she was 11. Her story’s gone untold–until now.

Sarah Polley: Now is not a time for women to keep quiet

The driving force behind a small-screen adaptation of Atwood’s novel Alias Grace on the mystery of Grace Marks and Canadian TV’s diversity problem

‘Watermark’ wins TFCA’s $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award

First Polley, now Burtynsky-Baichwal—Toronto critics love docs

Exploring Alice Munro, but not through her books

Munro’s stories have inspired some extraordinary works of cinema—and some made-for-TV duds

How did a maple syrup heist movie slip through our fingers?

Canada’s film industry has been scooped by Hollywood

Sarah Polley’s birthday triumph at the TFCA Awards

Toronto critics give Polley the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award for her family memoir ‘Stories We Tell’

Toronto film critics bow to ‘The Master’

Paul Thomas Anderson’s epic wins four prizes, while ‘Bestiare,’ ‘Goon’ and ‘Stories We Tell’ vie for the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award

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

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

The Canadian climate: bad for fruit, good for documentaries

The filmmakers of ‘The Fruit Hunters’ on getting their project made in the Great White North

Sarah, Ben and the seven psychos

Deconstruction gone wild in ‘Argo,’ ‘Stories We Tell,’ ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ ‘Nobody Walks,’ and ‘Antiviral’