Tomas is a chronic cineaste who studied English literature in university (in both the undergraduate and graduate levels), and hopes to pursue a career in writing. His passion for film began in earnest at the beginning of the 2010s, and since then he's been reveling at the vast horizons of the cinematic landscape like a kid at the proverbial candy store.
Director Hong Sang-Soo's latest effort, On The Beach At Night Alone, is one of his most deeply autobiographical (and best!) to date, but it
Call Me by Your Name shines for its potency and lyricism, delving with an effortless thrall into the lives of two men who are
In his final Toronto International Film Festival report of the year, Tomas Trussow looks at Downsizing, Disobedience and The Death of Stalin.
Tomas Trussow reports from Toronto International Film Festival with reviews of Agnes Varda's latest, FACES PLACES, SWEET COUNTRY and more.
In his fifth report from Toronto International Film Festival, Tomas Trussow shares his thoughts about Breathe, Darkest Hour, Caniba and more.
This is pt 4 of our Toronto International Film Festival coverage, in which we cover the new Scott Cooper film, new Del Toro, and