Addison Wylie is a Toronto based film critic best known for his honest, no nonsense reviews of current mainstream films and his coverage of Toronto based film festivals and events. He started his career in high school where he wrote, acted in, directed and produced short films for The A.Wylie Society on Facebook and Youtube. He then went on to get an education in television broadcasting and video production. After receiving his college diploma, Addison moved to Toronto with his wife and found his love for film criticism. Aside from Wylie Writes, he wrote for Film Army, a Canadian internet based film blog for students, film makers and film lovers.
At Wylie Writes, you can read Addison’s reviews of various films and coverage of film based events in the Toronto area including 360 Screenings, various TIFF programs and HotDocs just to name a few. Wylie Writes was initially just a space to place his more mainstream film reviews but it has grown into much more than that. Wylie Writes is a place for film lovers to come together, share thoughts about the films they love and learn about films they may not have heard about. Addison Wylie has become the most reliable source for honest reviews of the biggest films the industry has to offer.