Posts Filed Under: “TIFF 2011″
We speak with the director of the doc
Paul Williams: Still Alive and the subject of that doc, Paul Williams. Obviously.
Not your typical TIFF thank-you speech.
Madonna pays a visit to TIFF for the opening of
W.E., and Michael Fassbender inspires much screaming.
Film doesn't make it on the plane due to concerns from the Indian air force.
How real-life G20 protests became part of a fictional film, now showing at TIFF.
Ohh we're halfway there, ohh livin' in a theatre chair.
Cancer and comedy as a recipe for schmaltz. What are the odds?
It's a movie. It's called
Dogtooth. But better.
In today's Urban Planner: digital activist Ricardo Dominguez gives a talk at OCAD; if weddings are your thing, catch a whirlwind of dancing brides and grooms on stage; the Jim Jones Revue stops in Toronto to showcase their sophomore album; and, just in case you forgot, TIFF is on and we're here to help you make the most of it.
Doppelgänger Paul (Or a Film About How Much I Hate Myself)
Looking back at the film festival's own premiere, in 1976.
TIFF day five and just like Paul Williams, we're still alive!
Death becomes no one in this conventional cancer film.
Francis Ford Coppola's latest is an expressionistic mini-masterpiece of grotesque. With 3D!
A funny, ballsy, and bloody Canadian hockey movie. About time.
TIFF’s Saturday night was full of more red carpets, more screaming fans, and, we are happy to report, actors being nice and friendly.
TIFF day four and we've got more! Reviews, that is!