The F-Word


Denis Villeneuve scores three-peat at Toronto film critics awards

Enemy is named the best Canadian film, after earlier 2009 and 2010 wins for Villeneuve’s Polytechnique and Incendies.


TFCA names finalists for best Canadian film prize

Xavier Dolan’s Mommy (pictured) will compete against two other films for a $100,000 grand prize at the Toronto Film Critics Awards.

Michael Dowse

Director of the Year, English-language film: Michael Dowse

From Playback magazine: 2014 sees the Canadian director once again forge ahead with a uniquely Canadian story crafted for a global audience.


Why the City of Toronto is co-promoting The F Word

eOne’s Carrie Wolfe and the City of Toronto’s Randy McLean tell Playback how the city got involved in marketing the Toronto-shot film.


2014 DGC Award nominees announced

The awards will recognize achievement across 19 categories in a ceremony to be held in Toronto on Oct. 25. (Best feature film nominee The Grand Seduction pictured)


The F Word, Orphan Black win at WGC awards

Elan Mastai and Will Pascoe, respectively, were among the 13 award winners feted at the annual event Monday night.


eOne sticking with The F Word title

The Canadian distributor of Michael Dowse’s romancer will retain the original title, despite CBS Films retitling the Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan-starrer as What If.

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Enemy, Call Me Fitz win big at final night of 2014 CSAs

Enemy won five awards on Sunday evening, including achievement in direction for Denis Villeneuve, while Call Me Fitz took home three trophies. (Jason Priestley pictured)

Elan Mastai

In the (Whistler) writer’s room: Elan Mastai

The Toronto-based screenwriter – and one of Variety‘s 2013 Top 10 Screenwriters to Watch – drops F (Word) bombs with Playback.


CBS Films closes U.S. deal for The F Word

Entertainment One confirmed the U.S. rights deal, which follows the romantic comedy’s debut at the Toronto International Film Festival.


TIFF13 Reel Reviews: The F Word

With distribution deals locking in around the world, Michael Dowse’s latest film should do well with Toronto fans and rom-com lovers alike, says Thom Ernst.


Production begins on The F Word

The romantic comedy, starring Daniel Radcliffe (pictured), is helmed by Goon director Michael Dowse.