Skip to main content

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.
Latest articles
Opinion
Taking on the culture file, Rodriguez is left to clean up Joly’s mess Kate Taylor
Josephine Ridge: Stepping down as Luminato’s artistic director was ‘a really hard decision to make’ Subscriber content
Wide Angle
Christopher Plummer on retirement: ‘Never, never, never’ Kate Taylor
Film Review
Review: Boundaries tries too hard to avoid the commonplace
Wide Angle
The Enthusiast: The 81-year-old female-centric Stage Door could teach modern producers a thing or two about #MeToo
Film Review
Review: Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts is a remarkable revenge story Subscriber content
Film Review
Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado is only borderline watchable
ROM faces #MeToo head-on with artistic balancing act
Review: At Luminato, performance piece Burning Doors startles
Film Review
Review: Paper Year is more rom than com, but that’s no con
Wide Angle
New study reveals the diversity of Canada’s arts audience
Wide Angle
For women in film, a mere flip of the script is not nearly enough
Film Review
Review: Beast is an impressive, but uneven, thriller
opinion
Unauthorized Banksy show strips street art of its power while cashing in on its fame
Film Review
Review: Impressive cast underused in erratically paced Ocean’s 8
Film Review
Review: The Quest of Alain Ducasse a shallow dive into chef’s developing taste Subscriber content
Film Review
Review: The Accountant of Auschwitz is an informative, thought-provoking doc
New
As Ottawa challenges online media giants, what power can Canadian cultural industries still wield in 2018?
Artists of all types hitting the streets for politically engaged Luminato Festival
Opinion
It’s time for Ottawa to get serious about modernizing broadcasting rules for the digital age Subscriber content Kate Taylor