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See the Trailer for Raw, the French Cannibal Horror Film That Made People Pass Out at TIFF

The French film Raw gained an early bit of infamy last year when it became known on the internet as that movie making people faint at the Toronto International Film Festival. But to list it simply as a cannibal horror movie is to vastly undersell the emotional deftness of director ... More »

A college vegetarian turns into a cannibal in bloody trailer for Raw — watch

Julie Ducournau's film caused fainting spells at last year's Toronto International Film Festival.

Like ‘Day of the Dead’? ‘The Girl With All the Gifts’ is Finally Shambling to VOD (Trailer)

After playing at last September’s Toronto International Film Festival, the dystopian zombie pic, The Girl with All the Gifts, opened in the UK. Now, after months of anticipation, it can be seen exclusively on DirecTV January 26. Saban will then premiere the film in theaters on February 24, when it will also be released on demand. The pic follows […]

William (Bill) Marshall (1939-2017), Rest In Movie Heaven

IT WAS WITH GREAT SADNESS THAT I LEARNED ABOUT THE NEWS OF WILLIAM (BILL) MARSHALL'S PASSING. He was the Co-Founder of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), cherished in all of Canada, well loved by his family, and a friend who was admired by me and Roger. Show More Summary

Bill Marshall, Toronto International Film Festival Co-Founder, Dead At 77

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

William “Bill” Marshall, co-founder and chair emeritus of the Toronto International Film Festival, died on Sunday after suffering from cardiac arrest, his family confirmed in a press release. He was 77. Marshall immigrated to Canada from Scotland in 1955. Show More Summary

Bill Marshall Dies: Toronto International Film Festival Co-Founder Was 77

Bill Marshall, co-founder of the Toronto International Film Festival, has died today, his family has announced. He was 77 and suffered a heart attack while in the hospital. A Scottish immigrant to Canada, Marshall, who was later awarded...Show More Summary

Interview: Vikram Gandhi on finding Barry in Barack Obama

When The A.V. Club spoke to Vikram Gandhi about his film Barry—centered on a college-age Barack Obama—back at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year, Gandhi spoke about “Obama nostalgia.” He said, “I just never imagined...Show More Summary

Watch Pharrell Perform His Funky New Single “Able”

In following up on the releases of “Runnin'” and “Surrender,” Pharrell Williams returns this week with another new tune from the Hidden Figures soundtrack. P chose to debut “Able” during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Pharrell is the composer and producer for the Hidden Figures soundtrack, as on “Able” he displays more of the […]

Pharrell Williams – “Able”

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Pharrell wrote and recorded several songs for the Hidden Figures soundtrack. He’s already performed a bunch of them live at the Toronto International Film Festival, and now they’re starting to trickle out ahead of the soundtrack’s release next week. The movie chronicles the story of three black women who were integral in John Glenn’s space […]

‘Jackie’ Features a Cast of Formidable Talents

The following content has been sponsored by Fox Searchlight Pictures. When Fox Searchlight Pictures’ “Jackie” premiered at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in September, the conversation immediately turned to Natalie Portman’s performance as the iconic first lady. Show More Summary

Red Band ‘The Belko Experiment’ Trailer Plays ‘Battle Royale’ in an Office Building!

Orion and BH Tilt acquired Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment, written by Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn (also writer of Dawn of the Dead and director of SLiTHER), out of the Toronto International Film Festival this past September with plans to release in theaters on March 17, 2017. Show More Summary

‘The Devil’s Candy’ Russian Poster Shreds

After premiering at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, The Loved Ones director Sean Byrne’s heavy metal horror film, The Devil’s Candy, was nabbed by IFC for release in March of 2017. But before then, it will see a release in Russia, which is the origin of this vicious international poster that would never pass by the MPAA here […]

‘The Belko Experiment’ Teaser Shuts Down an Office Building for War

Orion and BH Tilt acquired Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment, written by Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn (also writer of Dawn of the Dead and director of SLiTHER), out of the Toronto International Film Festival this past September with plans to release in theaters on March 17, 2017. Gunn, who is quite active on social media, shared […]

Matt Damon & Liam Neeson Feel the Need for Speed in ‘Isle of Man’ Motorcycle Racing Drama

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

During the Toronto International Film Festival in September, it was reported that Bleed for This director Ben Younger had lined up his next project in the form of Isle of Man, a motorcycle racing drama chronicling the titular dangerous...Show More Summary

Is Watching Movies On the Small Screen Affecting How Much We Like Them?

At the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year, I got up early for a public screening of I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, a horror film whose title reminded me greatly of some of my favorite Shirley Jackson books. I hadn’t heard any buzz about it,...

A Post-Male Era: Isabelle Huppert on “Elle” and “Things to Come”

I saw Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle” the night after I saw Mia Hansen-Løve’s “Things to Come” at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. There was a striking similarity between the films, and it wasn’t just the fact that they each starred the towering French actress Isabelle Huppert. Show More Summary

Staff Picks: A diehard fan on David Bowie, a mysterious film, and a mini-tripod

Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod When I started putting together our camera kit for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, it became obvious that we would need a tripod solution—something very small and lightweight that could be set up on a tabletop. Show More Summary

Shot Across the Bow: Paul Schrader on “Dog Eat Dog”

“At first, I thought Roger Ebert’s website was a bad idea,” Paul Schrader told me during our conversation at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. “I thought that film critics should not be fashion designers and have their name on things after they are dead. Show More Summary

#288 November 1, 2016

Matt writes: While interviewing the great German director Werner Herzog at this year's Toronto International Film Festival about his stunning new documentary, "Into the Inferno," he explained to his collaborator on the project, volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer, about who Roger Ebert was. Show More Summary

Nick Cannon Moves Into Hollywood Hills Feature

EXCLUSIVE: Nick Cannon, who recently saw his feature directorial King of the Dancehall make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, is joining Rhys Wakefield’s Untitled Hollywood Hills Project. It’s Wakefield’s first feature directing gig and he’ll co-star with Cannon. Show More Summary

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