Following his 1964 world heavyweight boxing title win, Cassius Clay’s (Eli Goree) gathers his mentor, Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), NFL star Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), and famous singer Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr) stand at a bar waiting for drinks.

One Night in Miami – Review

This film was previously reviewed in September 2020 as part of our TIFF 2020 coverage. “We have to be there for each other because ain’t nobody else understand what is like being one of us except us....
Ammonite

Ammonite – LFF 2020 Review

Following his sublime directorial debut, God’s Own Country, Francis Lee once again delves into feelings of repression, loneliness and desire in Ammonite. Inspired by the life of trailblazing British...
Soul

Soul – LFF 2020 Review

With his lifelong dream close enough to taste, jazz musician Joe (Jamie Foxx) suddenly finds himself moving towards the gates of Heaven. Following an accident, the man’s body lies in a hospital bed while his...
Genuspan

Genus Pan – LFF 2020 Review

Lav Díaz is a master in finding beauty in the organic poetry of slowness. From the 625 minutes of 2006’s Evolution Of A Filipino Family to the mere 80 of 2011’s Elegy to the Visitor From the Revolution,...
Stray2

Stray – LFF 2020 Review

Told almost entirely from the point of view of strays roaming the crowded streets of Istanbul, Elizabeth Lo’s first feature film Stray seeks to challenge notions of exclusion amongst the chaos of overcrowded...