Toronto International Film Festival

Michael Moore to topline TIFF doc conference


The festival also announces two 2014 Talent Lab Governors and the keynote to this year’s Asian Film Summit, Peter Loehr. (Moore pictured.)

Martin Katz, TIFF and the Black List launch writing prize


The Martin Katz/TIFF Canadian Independent Screenwriting Fellowship offers up-and-coming Canadian writers mentorship and a trip to TIFF. (Katz pictured)

Cas & Dylan wins TIFF Film Circuit audience award


The directorial debut from Jason Priestley was named best Canadian film, while Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine was chosen as the best international film.

Sundance blog: Telefilm treats, Linklater’s daring Boyhood


Alan Bacchus takes in Richard Linklater’s 10-years-in-the-making film Boyhood, and notes an prevailing trend of prominent Queer/LGBT themes at Sundance.

TIFF releases top 10 festival features of 2013


The titles, including the latest work by Denis Villeneuve, Louise Archambault and Michael Dowse, will screen at Bell Lightbox in January.

Lindsay Mackay film to pilot Pinewood filmmaker initiative


The director’s coming-of-age drama is the first to shoot on a sound stage at Pinewood after tapping financing from the OMDC Film Fund.

TIFF announces five-year strategic plan


The organization will focus on becoming a global centre for film culture, highlighting four key priorities as part of its vision.

Studio Film Group acquires Canadian rights to Qissa


The Punjabi-language feature written and directed by Anup Singh won the NETPAC Award for best Asian film at this year’s TIFF.

Lisa de Wilde to chair TIFF board


The TVO CEO (pictured) becomes the organization’s first female chair, while StrategyCorp chairman David MacNaughton joins the board of directors.

TIFF13 Reel Reviews: The festival wrap


Does TIFF13 mark the beginning of a Canadian star system? Film writer and critic Thom Ernst culminates his Playback festival coverage with an essay on Canada’s red carpet moment.

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