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Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor

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Kate Taylor is lead film critic at the Globe and Mail and a columnist in the arts section. A three-time National Newspaper Award nominee, she won an NNA in 2015 for an investigative project about donations to the Royal Ontario Museum. In 2009-2010, she was awarded the Atkinson Fellowship in public policy journalism to study Canadian cultural sovereignty in the digital age. Her 2003 novel, Mme Proust and the Kosher Kitchen, won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for best first book (Canada/Caribbean region) and the Toronto Book Award. Her second novel, A Man in Uniform, was published in 2010; her third, Serial Monogamy, was published in 2016 and is forthcoming in paperback.

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Review: Game Night is the kind of harmless film comedy you rarely see these days Subscriber content
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Review: Loveless is a harrowing but unbalanced drama Subscriber content
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Review: Shiners looks at the shoe-shining profession around the world
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Review: Before We Vanish takes an amusing approach to alien invasion
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Review: Fifty Shades Freed, where S&M lovers find that marriage kills the thrills
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Review: In A Fantastic Woman, trans actor Daniela Vega brings her own truth to the story
The outsiders who got in: Why sought-after arts positions in the country are going to non-Canadians
ROM to host works of late Indian photographer accused of sexual assault
Online film festivals bring buzz of exclusive screenings to your couch Subscriber content
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Review: Canada-Iran-Qatar co-production Ava offers unforgettable exposé of life under a theocracy
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Review: The Death Cure ends an unsatisfying Maze Runner series
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Review: Hollywood should pay attention to Annette Bening in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
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Oscar nominations help crack, but not quite break, film’s glass ceiling Kate Taylor
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Review: 12 Strong is highly watchable but stuffed with cliches
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Review: In the Fade speaks the languages of grief and revenge
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And the 2018 Oscar nominees should be …
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Review: Michael Bond’s furry metaphor endures in Paddington 2
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Review: Happy End balances on a knife edge between satire and drama
Director Michael Haneke trades tragedy for farce with Happy End
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Catherine Deneuve and the cultural differences that have #MeToo falling short in France Kate Taylor
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