Posts Filed Under: “Toronto International Film Festival”
Here's some free advice for resolving TIFF's ongoing identity crisis.
Bangkok prisons, slasher summer camps, lost highways, yakuza enclaves, and wicked woods. Staycations have never looked better!
Possessed painters, menaced models, stressed super-soldiers, tortured telekinetics and Turkish cops in Hell. Career change has never looked better!
Patrick Stewart takes on a rare villainous role in this brutal, bloody siege thriller by
Blue Ruin director Jeremy Saulnier
Two of the festival's unsung heroes talk glamour, caffeine intake, and (literally) hitting the wall.
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.
TIFF's Midnight Madness series celebrates a quarter-century of genre craziness.
The Toronto International Film Festival's Masters and Discovery programmes will include work by major international directors, and also Francis Ford Coppola's granddaughter.
The Toronto International Film Festival announces this year's Canadian programming, from Xavier Dolan to Jennifer Baichwal.
Expect to see a lot of Benedict Cumberbatch at TIFF 2013.
Some TIFF reviews to start your week.
Masters, Mavericks, Discoveries, and TIFF Docs Conference Selections round out the festival's full 2012 slate.
The festival announces further Gala Presentations, Special Presentations, Wavelengths.
An impressive and diverse homegrown slate.
Premiering at this year's TIFF: a follow-up to
In Bruges, a 3D sequel to Judge Dredd, and a movie that takes an alphabetical approach to death—among other things.
TIFF 2012's promising slate of premium presentations includes 38 world premieres.