Toronto International Film Festival
Sandra Oh on TIFF helping Canadian actors connect to industry
“It’s a great idea to introduce new Canadian talent to a much wider array of casting,” the Grey’s Anatomy star said of Toronto’s Rising Stars program.
TIFF ’14 Industry: Making money abroad
BLOG: Highlights from the weekend TIFF Industry Conference sessions, including IM Global’s Stuart Ford, SampoMedia’s Michael Gubbins and FilmNation Entertainment’s Rob Carney.
TIFF ’14: Measuring moments at Talent Lab day 3
BLOG: Toronto-based filmmaker and interactive artist Dylan Reibling on working with Darren Aronofsky, Morgan Matthews and Mike Leigh at the 2014 TIFF Talent Lab.
A71 Entertainment takes Canadian rights to The Valley Below
In other Canadian film market action in Toronto, 108 Media also grabbed the North American distribution rights to Peter Lynch’s upcoming feature Birdland.
TIFF ’14: Deanne Foley on Talent Lab day 2
BLOG: The East Coast filmmaker shares her experiences on the second day of the TIFF Talent Lab, sharing insights gleaned from a day with filmmaker Mike Leigh.
TIFF ’14: Gunnarsson meditates on the elements in Monsoon
Four years after Force of Nature won TIFF’s People’s Choice Documentary Award, director Sturla Gunnarsson returns to the festival with Monsoon.
TIFF ’14: Getting goosebumps at the TIFF Talent Lab
BLOG: Producer Kate Melville shares her observations on the first day of the 2014 TIFF Talent Lab for Canadian and international filmmakers.
Canadian distributors in early Toronto deal-making
Blue Ice Docs and Mongrel Media have unveiled deals ahead of the Toronto festival getting underway Thursday.
First and the furious: new sponsors step up for TIFF
A look at the role corporate sponsorships play in bringing TIFF to life.
TIFF ’14: Wet Bum, Guidance ride the Next Wave
Films from Lindsay MacKay and Pat Mills will be featured TIFF’s Next Wave initiative for youth, the fest announced Tuesday, in addition to more titles to be added to various programs.
TIFF ’14: Who’s got Seoul?
TIFF’s City to City program names the eight Korean films to be featured, plus who’s joining the Canadians in the Wavelengths, Short Cuts and Cinematheque programs.