The exhibit, to run from November until January, will include specially-commissioned works of art as well as film screenings and props from iconic movies such as The Fly. (Cronenberg pictured)
TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey and international programmer Dimitri Eipides said in a conference call the 10 yet-to-be-selected films will be contemporary works.
And BFIdeas Productions has inked a deal with U.S. distributor Women Make Movies to release its Canadian female soldier documentary Sisters in Arms south of the border (How to Make Money pictured).
The credit comes ahead of the U.S. release of the Quebec director’s third film (pictured) in the U.S. market by Breaking Glass Pictures.
The indie distributor will release Spain’s contender for the best foreign language film category at the upcoming Academy Awards.
Toronto has long been a gateway into the U.S. market. Now that means a possible signing with a Los Angeles talent agency.
The Canadian distributor plans an early 2013 release for the thriller that bowed in Venice and was close to a deal with IFC Films in Toronto.