Rivers in a New York hospital, says family
Cattle farming is a tough go. Until you add Moby, Skrillex, and 15,000 ravers.
The winners, the losers and the films still stuck in limbo
The top tips a true TIFFer needs for 11 days of screenings, queues and whiny journalists
The rise of high definition has also reduced the value of old shows. Enter a forgotten hero: DVDs.
The socially rich are getting richer, and the socially poor are only getting poorer
Maclean’s reviews Remember the Time
Now, the Group of Seven artist will finally get his wish
Spoiler alert! This is how some great works of Canadian Literature end.
Maclean’s reviews Thirty Girls by Susan Minot
Thomas Beller’s fascinating biography ignores Salinger’s life in favour of his work
Maclean’s reviews The Farm, a thriller by Tom Rob Smith
Maclean’s reviews The Craft Beer Revolution
It’s a madcap rush for the filmmakers working to get their movies finished in time for the fest
A novel of loss and surprising resilience
Art imitates life for Toronto’s Emmanuel Jal in the buzzy TIFF film The Good Lie
This week’s reviews: A Houdini novel with an amazing reveal, a new biography of John Wayne and an epic history of Athens