Archive for 'John Semley'
We talk to celebrity-signature wranglers and get some "no's" and "piss off's"—and also a few tips.
Nothing shatters the illusion that TIFF is about art like seeing people with TIFF lanyards eating at Hooters.
The missed opportunity that was Festival Street, and why Torontonians should embrace TIFF without all the grumbling.
In which Denzel Washington talks loftily about acting and is insufferable.
A friendly reminder to film critics who take themselves too seriously.
We're fast approaching peak Bill Murray.
The best and worst of the fest's opening night—featuring bike valets, Bill Murray Day, and a soppy Robert Downey, Jr. drama.
Twitter user @tofilmcritic spoofs chain-smoking, self-persecuting professional movie-watchers.
Checking your phone, charging your phone, and yelling at Adam Sandler.
And just like that, 11 days later, TIFF '11 is a thing of the past.
The most eagerly anticipated awards of TIFF 2011!
We talk with the writer and director of Canadian true-crime biopic Edwin Boyd.
We speak with the director of the doc Paul Williams: Still Alive and the subject of that doc, Paul Williams. Obviously.
Cancer and comedy as a recipe for schmaltz. What are the odds?
It's a movie. It's called Trespass.
It's like Dogtooth. But better.
Co-directors of Doppelgänger Paul (Or a Film About How Much I Hate Myself)