Barry Hertz

Barry Hertz is the manager of editorial production at Maclean's, as well as its go-to arts columnist, covering culture both high and low.
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Arts

Ruben Östlund on shame, cinema and skiing

With its lived-in performances and unsettling tone, the Swedish film might just be the most intense experience you’ll have in a theatre all year.
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Arts

The Good Lie’s Philippe Falardeau embraces the Hollywood machine

The Quebecois filmmaker talks about working with Reese Witherspoon and how to go Hollywood without abandoning your vision
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Movies

Adam Driver is a mad star for a bland world

Can the actor’s brand of gangly, nervous aggression persevere in the face of film’s soulless leading-man stereotype?
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Movies

Jean-Marc Vallée: Film’s redemption man

The Quebec director has been saving Hollywood stars. Now he’s doing the same for Canadian cinema.
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Culture

TIFF 2014: Trends and tales from Toronto

What we learned at TIFF 2014, from the best under-the-radar films to the biggest festival blunders
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Movies

Why the Rob Ford drama shouldn’t upstage TIFF

The film festival has been blissfully free from the City Hall circus. For the sake of the city, let’s keep it that way.
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Culture

TIFF 2014 Diary: Big Game’s Samuel L. Jackson is in it to win it

Highlights from the eighth day of the festival, including a butt-kicking POTUS and a philosophical Martin Scorsese
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TIFF 2014: Keira Knightley on sexism and spy games

The star of The Imitation Game and Laggies discusses the strides society has yet to make
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Culture

TIFF 2014: Adam Sandler loses his sole in The Cobbler

Highlights from the seventh day of the festival, including Adam Sandler’s latest attempt at career rehab and John Cusack’s thoughts on America’s path to war (really)