Brian D. Johnson

Brian D Johnson

Sphinx, NFB set The Colour of Ink

The documentary from director Brian D. Johnson (pictured) also sees Anthropocene‘s Nicholas de Pencier serve as director of photography.

Money (2)

Toronto Film Critics’ best Canadian film award upped to $100,000

The winner will be announced at the Toronto awards gala in January, with two runners-up each receiving $5,000.

Whistler Film Festival

Whistler Film Fest adds star wattage

The festival also named Canadian producer Martin Katz, actor/director Helen Shaver and actors Rachelle Lefevre and Liane Balaban to the Borsos jury for best Canadian feature.


Lazhar picks up more kudos with TFCA win

The Toronto Film Critics Association has selected Philippe Falardeau’s film for the $15,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award.

John Dunning

John Dunning honoured with Clyde Gilmour Award

The Toronto Film Critics Association has feted the Cinepix founder for being “the unacknowledged godfather of an entire generation of Canadian filmmakers.”

Incindies (2)

Villeneuve charms Toronto critics, McDonald receives Special Citation

The $15,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award was presented Wednesday night by actor Jay Baruchel, marking the first time the designation has gone to the same director two years running.

The Social Network

Toronto film critics honor Social Network

The Toronto Film Critics Association have followed the lead of their counterparts in Los Angeles, New York and Boston by naming The Social Network as its best picture of the year.