In an exciting new collaboration, Film Independent at LACMA and the Toronto International Film Festival have selected three films representing the best in Canadian cinema. All of these events are free, and the first is tonight: Albert Shin's filial drama In Her Place. Shin, a Canadian of Korean extraction, returned...
Is Jake Gyllenhaal the official star of the fall festival season? Yesterday, the programmers of the Toronto International Film Festival announced the first batch of movies that will be screening there in September, including opening night selection Demolition, featuring Gyllenhaal as a bereaved husband. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Toronto International Film Festival website announced a large portion of its official line-up for the festival starting on September 10. Included in the line up is Colonia, a thriller directed by Florian Gallenberger, starring Emma Watson and Daniel Brühl. Playlist writes that Colonia: “tells the story of Lena and Daniel, a young couple, who...read more!
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With the summer movie season starting to wind down, it’s time to look ahead to the more serious-minded films of fall. The Toronto International Film Festival has just announced its 2015 slate, featuring such buzzy highlights as Ridley...Show More Summary
A large portion of the official line-up of films playing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival were announced today. One of those films is Colonia, a thriller from German filmmaker Florian Gallenberger. Colonia stars Emma Watson as a woman on a desperate search for her abducted boyfriend. Show More Summary
Ridley Scott, Jay Roach and Michael Moore are among the big-name filmmakers who will have world-premiere movies at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, organizers said Tuesday.
The Much Music Video Awards (MMVA) boast their celebrity quotient. So does the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). But hockey has its own parade of celebrities, as Road Hockey To Conquer Cancer stages its fifth annual event, and along with 2,000 participants, will host more than 50 celebrities.
Word during last month’s Cannes Film Festival was that September’s upcoming Toronto International Film Festival had changed their mind about insisting – as they did last year – that all movies shown during the first four days of the festival be either World or North American Premieres. Show More Summary
The singular fest introduces important works by and about Deaf, hard of hearing, and Deaf-blind people. In a city rife with mini film festivals that seem at times to be scavenging over TIFF’s leftovers rather than carving out an identity for themselves, the Toronto International Deaf Film and Arts Festival manages to stand out from the pack. Show More Summary
Toronto International Film Festival will invite the small screen to the big screen.
Film festivals in recent years have been grappling with how, and whether, to tackle television and its current renaissance. Sundance, for instance, offered episodes of “The Jinx” this year, and the Tribeca Film Festival that gets underway Wednesday will debut an episode of “Inside Amy Schumer.”
Mike Pereira raved about Big Game (review) when he caught the World Premiere at this past September’s Toronto International Film Festival. Said to be like a PG-13 Ambling adventure film, we now have a series of new images from the film opening here in the States on June 26th in select theaters, Digital HD, and […]
Mike Pereira raved about Big Game (review) when he caught the World Premiere at this past September’s Toronto International Film Festival. Said to be like a PG-13 Ambling adventure film, “The fate of the most powerful man in the world lies in the hands of a 13-year old boy. Plunged into a deadly game of […]
The biopic was one of our favorites at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall "Love & Mercy Trailer: See Both Paul Dano and John Cusack as Beach Boy Brian Wilson" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
It’s been a minute since we had any word on Henry Hobson’s zombie drama Maggie. Last we heard, it was acquired by Lionsgate, who promptly pulled it from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival where it was set to have its world premiere. Since then, the whole world has waited with bated breath to find out when […]
After playing at the Toronto International Film Festival last year, the tribal martial arts flick The Dead Lands is headed to theaters this spring, and it just might put New Zealand on the map when it comes to action. The film features...Show More Summary
Winner of Best Canadian Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival, Félix and Meira follows a young, married Orthodox Jewish woman as she finds freedom from the strictures of her faith through her relationship with a man who’s mourning the passing of his estranged father. Show More Summary
I will be happy to co-present the inaugural Academy Legacy Award to Piers Handling, the Director and CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival at the Canada Stars In Awards Season red carpet event on Thursday, February 19th. This Canadian Screen Award is in recognition of TIFF's excellence and its fortieth anniversary. Show More Summary
After generating buzz out of the Toronto International Film Festival, Boogaloo and Graham finds itself as one of the five Oscar-nominated live shorts. It also won a BAFTA trophy for best British short film. Boogaloo and Graham follows...Show More Summary