This week’s reviews by TFCA critics, including Justice League, Mudbound, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
TFCA Friday – Week of September 22nd, 2017
September 22, 2017
Welcome to TFCA Friday, a weekly round-up of film reviews and articles by TFCA critics.
The TFCA at TIFF ’17
In this special round-up, TFCA members pick one article from their festival coverage to highlight
Losing focus: TIFF’s next act
In a much discussed article, Barry Hertz’s months-long investigation outlines where TIFF stands, how its work culture operates, and where it needs to go in the future [behind paywall]
Sexual harassment in film is “an everyday experience”
From Radheyan Simonpillai’s must-read TIFF cover feature in NOW Magazine: actor/director Sarah Polley on sexism and abuse in TV and film and the ongoing struggle for gender parity
“Spencer fucking Tracy”
On a lighter note, Chris Knight asked TIFF 2017’s A-listers who they’d like to meet
High ideals meet harsh reality