Join Date: Jan 10, 2017 • Last Entry Date: Dec 14, 2017 • Articles: 78
Jason Gorber is a Toronto-based film journalist and critic. With over two decades of experience writing about the moving image, he is currently the featured critic at ScreenAnarchy.com, appears on CTV NewsChannel’s weekly Sunday movie segment, is a senior critic at DorkShelf.com and contributes to Cineplex.com, Mashable, Indiewire, Esquire and several other prominent sites. Jason appears regularly on CBC Radio, WGN, and has appeared in numerous print publications.
Jason holds a Masters Degree in Philosophy, having written his thesis on Film Theory and Criticism. You can follow him on Twitter at @filmfest_ca
TIFF 2017 Exclusive Interview: Mike White On BRAD’S STATUS
The writer/director opens up about his latest film.
TIFF 2017: Smashing BORG/MCENROE Delivers
A perfectly cast match ups the tennis film game.
TIFF 2017 Review: The Moody VALLEY OF SHADOWS Is Worth A Visit
Gulbrandsen’s unsettling, dreamlike film rewards the patient.
TIFF 2017 Review: There’s Sour At The Heart Of SWEET COUNTRY
Warwick Thornton’s remarkable Western packs a powerful punch.
TIFF 2017 Review: Grace Amazes in GRACE JONES: BLOODLIGHT AND BAMI
Sophie Fiennes crafts definitive doc about this formidable talent.
TIFF 2017 Review: Louis C.K.’s Surprise I LOVE YOU, DADDY
Go in as cold as possible to this comedian’s indie gem.
TIFF 2017 Review: Look Out For The EUTHANIZER
Teemu Nikki’s film makes for macabre take on violence and values.
TIFF 2017 Review: Moaz’s Grief-Ridden FOXTROT Dances To Its Own Tune
The filmmaker behind LEBANON crafts a film for the ages.
TIFF 2017 Review: Oldman Illuminates DARKEST HOUR
Joe Wright’s beautiful film brings Churchill’s leadership to life.
TIFF 2017 Review: SUPERSIZE ME: HOLY CHICKEN! Doesn’t Cock It Up
Spurlock’s sequel takes on big poultry in an entertaining way