The Mask (Eyes of Hell)
Newly restored by TIFF and The 3-D Film Archive, director Julian Roffman's deliciously creepy tale about a haunted tribal mask was the first feature-length horror movie and first feature-length 3D film produced in Canada.
The Iron Giant: Signature Edition
Remastered and expanded with two new scenes, the modern animated classic about a young boy befriending a gigantic space robot returns to enchant a new generation of audiences.
This Changes Everything
Directed by journalist and filmmaker Avi Lewis (The Take) and produced in conjunction with Naomi Klein's best-selling book of the same name, this urgent dispatch on climate change contends that the greatest crisis we have ever faced also offers us the opportunity to address and correct the inhumane systems that have created it.
The Forbidden Room
Winnipeg’s wizard of the weird Guy Maddin and his co-director Evan Johnson plunge us into celluloid delirium with this mad, multi-narrative maze of phantasmal fables.
The Creeping Garden
This real-life science-fiction movie focuses on fringe scientists, mycologists and artists who are using the plasmodial slime mould to explore the worlds of biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and robot controllers.
In this atmospheric, nerve-straining chiller, two young twins confined to an isolated country house transform their resentment towards their mother into a fatal illusion about her identity.
The Stanford Prison Experiment
Billy Crudup stars in this tense psychological thriller based on the notorious true story about the 1971 sociology experiment that transformed a group of middle-class undergrads into drunk-with-power sadists and submissive victims in just a few days.
Jafar Panahi's Taxi
Shooting almost entirely within a cab circling the streets of Tehran, the great director Jafar Panahi (Offside, This Is Not a Film) offers a multi-layered mosaic of life in today's Iran.