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Toronto-based actors and filmmakers explain what TIFF means to them—and get out their pre-festival jitters.
The best places for frugal festival-goers to grab a quick bite between screenings.
Suits is back for another season of legal manoeuvrings and many visits to Toronto restaurants.
This latest tour of set pieces, costumes, and artifacts from Westeros is deliciously detailed and delightfully macabre.
In Bruce McDonald's latest film, McCabe-Lokos, who also co-wrote the script, turns in a performance that is both captivating and excruciating to watch.
TIFF launches a second season of its Science on Film series.
TIFF mounts the second annual Next Wave festival, and we speak to a few of the teens responsible for the programming.
Today: talking passion for your craft with photographer Tara McMullen, the Reel Paddling Film Festival, evening with director John Singleton, and more.
A new TIFF retrospective reflects on the career of actor Keanu Reeves. Here's what to expect.
Bone up for QT's latest with Sergio Corbucci's cult gem.
In today's Urban Planner: the Canadian Opera Company kicks off GrimmFest, Cinema Politica presents Special Flight, Jem Cohen: We Have an Anchor starts a two-night stint, and CALLAGHAN! And the Wings of the Butterfly premieres.
TIFF's Lightbox showcases the internationally acclaimed works of the Mexican-Canadian filmmaker.
"Designing 007," at the TIFF Lightbox, lifts the lid on 50 years of Bond's guns, gadgets, and gear.
Tonight: Do Halloween up right with a haunted tour of the Campbell House Museum, a dark and sexy burlesque revue, and a special conversation with zombie king George A. Romero.
TIFF unleashes a treat of a seasonal program that showcases the films of horror legend George A. Romero, with appearances from the man himself.
In today's Urban Planner: go on a Photo Safari, treat your tastebuds and support a good cause at Taste Matters, and see what York University's film students have been up to at CineSiege.
TIFF's Summer in France sidebar spotlights the films of Mia Hansen-Løve.
TIFF unveils a new multi-faceted programme aimed at honouring indigenous people on screen.