Toronto International Film Festival
TIFF cuts festival programming
The public film festival will reduce its lineup by 20% and retire two of its 16 curated sections.
Remembering TIFF co-founder Bill Marshall
The Canadian film and television industry leader died on Jan. 1 at age 77.
TIFF picks top 10 Canadian films of 2016
Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie’s Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves and Alethea Arnaquq-Baril’s Angry Inuk are among the features selected.
TIFF looks to preserve pre-digital movie materials
Canadian filmmaker Peter Mettler and eOne/Les Films Seville were among those to donate more than 1,400 film prints to the Toronto festival’s archives.
TIFF unveils Canada sesquicentennial celebration
Canada on Screen will present free screenings, special events and a list of 150 essential national works. (Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner pictured.)
In Brief: VMedia launches ‘skinny’ streaming channel, TUFF awards announced
The Toronto-based company launches its skinny basic package as a live-streaming offering via Roku, the Toronto Urban Film Festival awards short filmmakers, plus more news.
TIFF ’16: 20 Canadian producer teams set for Int’l Financing Forum
Robert Budreau (pictured), April Mullen and Tim Doiron are among the producing teams selected for the co-financing market.
Need a good movie recco? Just ask TIFFBOT
That’s the point of the festival’s AI buddy who has been launched on Facebook to “help [audiences] navigate TIFF madness.”
Producers Lab Toronto participants revealed
Coral Aiken and Borga Dorter are among 10 Canadians participating in the coproduction platform, which takes place during TIFF.
TIFF ’16: KA The Battle Within gets world bow
The VR experience from Felix & Paul Studios and Cirque du Soleil Media will premiere in the Pop VR program.
TIFF ’16: Primetime, Industry programming revealed
Five television premieres will screen at the fest, plus TIFF addresses speculation surrounding Birth of a Nation.
TIFF ’16: Two more Canadian films get special presentations
The festival unveiled more galas and special presentations, as well as its City to City, Contemporary World Cinema, Masters and Wavelengths programs. (Terra Long’s 350 MYA pictured.)