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Geoff Pevere

Geoff Pevere

Geoff Pevere is an author, movie critic and broadcaster who has been covering the Toronto International Film Festival for more than 30 years. 

 

Latest articles
Film Review
Fire Song lays a heavy weight of despair on its thin frame
Jennifer Podemski on the struggle to tell First Nations stories
Al Purdy lives in the present in film premiering at TIFF
Doc explores the life of Steve Fonyo, the man who completed the run Terry Fox started
Film Review
Backcountry: Love, marriage and a black bear
In the woods with actors and a 600-pound black bear to film Backcountry
Peter Bogdanovich carries burden of the past in She’s Funny That Way
Film Review
Suite Francaise: Tale of forbidden love and survival in Nazi-occupied France
Film Review
Wet Bum: Lindsay Mackay’s directorial debut rises above its Canadian identity
Search Engine Films
Film Review
George Miller comes full circle with Mad Max: Fury Road
Film Review
Desert Dancer: Defiant anti-repression film leaps into sugary teen muck
Desert Dancer Productions
Film Review
Cut Bank: Fargo-inspired drama lacking poetic subtlety
Film Review
The Salt of the Earth: Sebastiao Salgado’s walk through catastrophe
Amazonas images
Teenage Head: The band that (unintentionally) inspired Canadian punk
Wim Wenders on bringing the passionate work of photographer Sebastiao Salgado to the screen
Mongrel Media
Film Review
Home: Cute and cuddly cowards make for curious overlords
DreamWorks Animation
Film Review
Kidnapping Mr. Heineken: The masters of dullness
Alchemy
Film Review
The Duke of Burgundy: A love story entangled with eroticism
Mongrel Media
Ryan Reynolds defies expectations as a quirky serial killer in The Voices
The Canadian Press
Red Army uses hockey to carve tale of human tragedy