Toronto International Film Festival
Industry, fans get behind Canadian Film Day
Events linked to the Reel Canada initiative will be taking place in over 75 communities across the country.
TIFF launches TV program for 2015
The 40th edition of the festival will feature a new program titled Primetime, showcasing television from around the world.
Justin Cutler to leave TIFF industry arm
TIFF’s Industry Conference founder will depart at the end of February “to chart a new path in the film industry.”
Building a filmmaker brand and digi distribution: TIFF Industry Day
As part of TIFF’s Top Ten Film Festival, filmmakers and industry execs gathered at the Lightbox in Toronto to discuss issues and trends affecting indie filmmakers today.
Piers Handling honoured by TFCA
The Toronto Film Critics Association award will see Handling choose a filmmaker to receive $50,000 worth of services from Technicolor Creative Services.
TIFF ’14 Review: The Editor is ‘a movie insider’s playground’
Film critic Thom Ernst says the film is a ‘perfect parody of an Italian horror sub-genre,’ but wonders if its premise is a little too niche, even for movie buffs.
Zaib Shaikh on bringing Toronto’s cultural industries together
Toronto’s newest film commissioner Zaib Shaikh shares his vision for the city’s newly reshaped role.
TIFF ’14 Review: Denys Arcand’s An Eye for Beauty
Film critic Thom Ernst says beautiful shots and sexy scenes will attract fans of the Arcand brand, despite a script that occasionally feels underwritten.
Hot Docs: Doc-makers are under-serving audiences
At TIFF, Hot Docs’ Elizabeth Radshaw (pictured) presented findings from an audience research report studying the viewing habits of Canadian doc audiences.
TIFF ’14: Keeping a watchful eye on digital
What makes web content and startups so valuable? Execs discuss programming strategies and viewership analytics during Digital Day conference at TIFF.
TIFF ’14: Michael Moore presents 13-point doc manifesto
In his keynote at TIFF’s Doc Conference on Tuesday, Michael Moore (pictured) said more documentaries need to be made for theaters, rather than television, and that these films need to entertain audiences instead of lecture them.