2014 TFCA Awards Gala Watch all the highlights from the Toronto Film Critics Association’s 17th annual Awards, held January 6, 2015 at the Carlu in Toronto. Brian D. Johnson’s 2014 Awards Montage Festival Diary: the 15th Kingston Canadian Film Festival Thom Ernst reflects on the 15th Kingston Canadian Film Festival, which saw a 21% attendance increase from 2014. Pros at Cons Adam Nayman writes about the frustrating industrial paradox of con man movies: they’re predicated on misdirection, but movie marketing can’t be elliptical or evasive. Mixing Up The Formula: Critical Inconsistencies As Peter Howell notes, critics moan that movie sequels too often just repeat the formula that made earlier film(s) successful. Yet they also carp when they don’t repeat the formula. Good Men, Good Women: The Films of Hou Hsiao-hsien Adam Nayman revisits the formal rigor and verisimilitude of acclaimed Asian auteur Hou Hsiao-hsien. Interview: Denis Villeneuve Jason Gorber speaks to Denis Villeneuve about his third Best Canadian Film Award win for “Enemy.” Interview: Clyde Gilmour designate Randall Okita Thom Ernst speaks with Randall Okita, Piers Handling’s Clyde Gilmour designate. Interview: Student Film Award winner Eui Yong Zong Adam Nayman interviews Eui Yong Zong, winner of the 2014 Manulife Financial Student Film Award. The TFCA names Denis Villeneuve’s “Enemy” the Best Canadian Film of the Year Enemy has won the TFCA’s Rogers Best Canadian Film Award.