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Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor
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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Bryan Adams’s copyright concerns are charmingly retro Subscriber content
Film Review
Review: Love, Gilda documentary is missing some anger Subscriber content
TIFF 2018: The best, worst and most awkward moments of the Toronto International Film Festival
TIFF 2018: Despite Hollywood’s lustre, festival’s Platform pieces shine in their own right Kate Taylor
TIFF 2018: Women flip cop-genre tropes on their heads
TIFF 2018: With films from around the world, this is what true diversity looks like Kate Taylor
TIFF 2018: At Share Her Journey rally, women point to an inequality problem – and offer ways to fix it
Wide Angle
TIFF 2018: Riding the changing, experimental tides of Wavelengths
Wide Angle
TIFF 2018: How the film festival hopes to fix a broken industry, while still celebrating it
Wide Angle
TIFF 2018: Will the wait be worth it for Dolan, Arcand and Burtynsky?
TIFF 2018: The movies we can’t wait to see, from an interstellar Robert Pattinson to an underworld Viola Davis
Film Review
Review: Papillon can’t escape its past inspiration
Film Review
Review: The Bookshop subverts expectations of a small-town underdog story Subscriber content
Film Review
Review: Love is more important than money, Crazy Rich Asians tells us – but way too blandly
Film Review
Review: BlacKkKlansman milks its audience’s outrage exceedingly well Kate Taylor
Film Review
Review: Puzzle upends expectations of sentimental feel-good movies
Film Review
Review: Christopher Robin is sweet and problematically sticky
Film Review
Review: The Spy Who Dumped Me is a smart idea for a movie, but the jokes run out early
Film Review
Review: The Darkest Minds is too hungry for the YA games
After cancelling Kanata, Robert Lepage can learn a lesson from another Quebec director Subscriber content Kate Taylor