The extraordinary directorial debut of noted Mexican film editor Carlos Bolado won an impressive seven Ariel Awards (the Mexican Oscars).
The film's images — some haunting, some moving, some painful, some enchanting — gradually form a mosaic of Frida Kahlo's interior and exterior life.
A spellbinding blend of realism, humanism, black humour and suspense; a summation of the grim-sounding plot hardly does it justice.
A deeply-considered, profoundly beautiful drama of faith and redemption.
A sharply observed character study featuring Meghan Greeley and Mary Walsh.
A respectful and inquisitive look at the murder, by a disturbed young gunman, of 14 women at Montreal’s École Polytechnique in 1989.
A remembrance of a more pristine past, when small towns thrived on money from natural resources, and doctors made house calls.
Woody Harrelson, Sandra Oh and Kat Dennings star in this smart, poignant, serio-comic skewering of the superhero genre.
"A thinking man’s Judd Apatow flick."
A funny, clever film set in the wild world of live-action role-playing games (or LARPs).
Against the scenic backdrop of contemporary Egypt, Cairo Time leads viewers through an unusually melancholy romance.
Gena Rowlands gives one of the most devastating performances in cinema in this Cassavetes drama.
The story is almost eclipsed by the smouldering debut of the ferociously sexy Lauren Bacall.
A look at a heroin addict's life — through his own lens-eye.
A dazzling evocation of what may be one of the greatest films never made; a study of jealousy starring Romy Schneider and Serge Reggiani.
A film of such lasting beauty that Jean Renoir told director Margo Benacerraf, "Above all … don’t cut a single image!"
Soaring through the sky, this documentary gives us a new perspective on the incredible diversity of the planet we call home.
Back by popular demand! A consensus critical favourite at Cannes in 2009 and one of Pacific Cinémathèque's best of the decade.