Canada’s next generation of filmmakers took the stage at the TIFF Next wave festival, showcasing a generations appreciation for diversity.
Some commuters are unhappy about the TTC streetcar diversion on King Street, starting from Sept. 7 to Sept. 11 at 6 a.m. in order to facilitate the annual Toronto International Film Festival.
Fans should remember the the Do’s and Don’ts when attending premiers and approaching their favourite celebrities at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Amy got 405 friend requests on Facebook. Maybe she is getting support for her breakup. Or perhaps people just want to know her better. Point is, that’s a lot of attention for a person who doesn’t exist. She’s a character in Noah, a 17-minute short film co-written and co-directed by 22-year-olds Patrick Cederberg and Walter Woodman. The flick was awarded Best Canadian Short Film at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Jordan Di Lella took one day of pre-production, one day of shooting and several days of editing to make a one-minute silent film. In 2010, Di Lella and his partner Chris Noble entered the Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) for the first time. “We thought our film had a certain level of professionalism and quality to it,” he said. “It doesn’t mean the panel is thinking anywhere near that expectation.”
A Swiss based premium chocolate company hosted an outdoor movie screening this past Friday, bringing together family and friends to take part in their unique outdoor setting.
Directed by British filmmaker Daniel Gordon, 9.79* explores the controversy that ensued after Ben Johnson’s positive test for anabolic steroids at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, where the Canadian won the 100-meter final. The documentary…
Canadian NBA star Steve Nash made his film debut with his documentary about Terry Fox on Sunday, September 12 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The godfather of the zombie genre says his films aren’t just about flesh-hungry corpses, they deal with social issues that are often overlooked in mainstream cinema. Director George A. Romero spoke to a sold-out TIFF audience at the Ryerson Theatre on Sept. 12 for the North American premiere screening of his latest film, Survival of the Dead.