10 Movies to Watch Out For at the 44th Toronto International Film Festival

After the Venice International Film Festival, the festival circuit takes us to Canada, the city where the 44th edition of the TIFF will take place between September 5 and 15. Among the extensive list of films that will be part of the gala and some special screenings, we come across several films that deserve special … Read more

The streaming giants presented their novelties at the Toronto Film Festival

It does not have major competitions such as Cannes (with its Palme d’Or), Venice (with its Golden Lion) or Berlin (with its Golden Bear) and this year it had less glamor than in previous editions (the red carpets and their stars were reduced by the pandemic)But Toronto is the festival where the “awards season” begins, … Read more

Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Belfast’ Wins People’s Choice Award at the International Toronto Film Festival

Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical new movie Belfast was awarded the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 18. Nine of the previous 10 winners earned best picture nominations at the Oscars, including last years’ Nomadland. Branagh thanked the Canadian audience in his acceptance speech. He and his cast shared how they felt … Read more

Online premieres / Festivals: review of “The World to Come”, by Mona Fastvold (Venice / Toronto)

Katherine Waterston and Vanessa Kirby star in this love story between two women in a rural area of ​​the United States in the mid-19th century. It is curious to start talking about trends in front of such specific films, but the truth is that THE WORLD TO COME is the third period drama centered on … Read more

‘1%’: Toronto Reveiew | Reviews

Dir. Stephen McCallum. Australia. 2017. 92mins The bonds of brotherhood — whether within a family or among criminals — are tested in 1%, a confident but increasingly predictable crime saga from first-time feature filmmaker Stephen McCallum. Filled with grubby urgency and sleazy sexiness, this tale of an honourable lieutenant who must choose between his simpleton … Read more

Oscar Race Gets Clearer After the Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto amplifies buzz from Venice and Telluride, and intros new players into the awards mix. Who came out ahead and behind? No question there’s more to learn from a live film festival than a virtual one. In 2021, live Cannes and Telluride events provided scads of intel on how movies played for audiences and media. … Read more

Ordinary Love and The Other Lamb to premiere at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival

Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s Northern Irish feature Ordinary Love and Małgorzata Szumowska’s Irish-Belgian co-production The Other Lamb will premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival this September. Irish director John Crowley’s The Goldfinch will also make its debut. Filmed entirely on location in Northern Ireland with funding from Northern Ireland Screen Ordinary … Read more

This is how The Toronto International Film Festival will take place

Reform Agency September 9, 2021 // Lights, cameras. and back in action! The Toronto International Film Festival takes face-to-face activities and combines them with digital ones for its 46th edition. From now on, he proposes that the online universe stay, although his managers are still analyzing how. Diana Sánchez, senior director of the TIFF (for … Read more

The streaming giants presented their novelties at the Toronto Film Festival – Latest News from Zona Norte | NewsNorte

“Culpable”, con Jake Gyllenhaal. (Netflix) It does not have major competitions such as Cannes (with its Palme d’Or), Venice (with its Golden Lion) or Berlin (with its Golden Bear) and this year it had less glamor than in previous editions (the red carpets and their stars were reduced by the pandemic)But Toronto is the festival … Read more