Pick Up Your Guns And Prepare For A BRAZILIAN WESTERN

Just announced as part of the Contemporary World Cinema program at the Toronto International Film Festival, Rene Sampaio's Brazilian Western (Faroeste Caboclo) looks to be a stylish bit of cultural appropriation with American western elements fused to a very local... More »
By Todd Brown   

ANTBOY Will Save Toronto As Part Of TIFF Kids Lineup

The Toronto International Film Festival continues to shine a spotlight on international children's films with a selection of five kid friendly titles from around the world among the festival lineup. And among them is Danish superhero flick Antboy, which has... More »
By Todd Brown   

TIFF Announces Sprawling Contemporary World Cinema Program

While it doesn't have the flash and splash of the Gala lineup or the specialty sidebars like Midnight Madness, if you're going to find a hidden gem at the Toronto International Film Festival - something truly special flying under the... More »
By Todd Brown   

Miyazaki, To, Turturro And More In The Complete TIFF Gala And Special Presentations Lineup!

Here come the big guns! The complete list of Gala and Special Presentation selections for the Toronto International Film Festival have been released and among the big names present are Johnnie To, Miyazaki Hayao, John Turturro, and Guillaume Canet along... More »
By Todd Brown   

TIFF 2013 Wavelengths Stretches Out With A LOT of Features

Like last years documentary-feature-slash-anthropological-thesis Leviathan, the Wavelengths section at this years Toronto International Film Festival has a lot of 'quasi-commercial' feature films on offer for the hardcore and casual cinéaste or cinephile.  In particular, Ben Wheatley's experimental and baffling A Field... More »

TIFF 2013: Dreamy, Intoxicating Clip From RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS

Native Canadian filmmaker Jeff Barnaby, who found his footing as a maker of short films, has completed his debut feature and it's heading to Toronto next month. The dreamy, intoxicating first clip from Rhymes From Young Ghouls highlights, in the... More »

TIFF 2013 Announces The Complete Canadian Film Lineup. And It's Got Depth, Folks.

I won't even begin to get into the plethora of animated short films announced today for TIFF's Canadia shorts blocks, because there is a wealth of interesting cinema spewing forth from the bowels of English and French Canada for this... More »

Fresh Stills From Juno Mak's RIGOR MORTIS

What strange things hath Juno Mak wrought with his directorial debut Rigor Mortis? Audiences will find out in a couple months when the film premiere's but for a taste of what's to coming in this dark update of the Chinese... More »
By Todd Brown   

Five Stills From Matsumoto's R100

The full trailer for Matsumoto Hitoshi's surreal sex comedy R100 arrived on Friday and with the film's Toronto premiere edging up a quintet of stills from the film have arrived via the official festival website. Want a taste of what's... More »
By Todd Brown   

A Trio Of Images From Ti West's THE SACRAMENT

The director of House Of The Devil and The Innkeepers, Ti West's latest will soon take a bow at both the Venice and Toronto film festivals and a trio of images from the film have arrived online.The latest film from... More »
By Todd Brown   

Check The First Stills From Lucky McKee And Chris Sivertson's ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE

Though there is not yet any sign of a trailer, the selection of Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's co-directed horror flick All Cheerleaders Die as part of the Midnight Madness section means we do at least get our first look... More »
By Todd Brown   

KING OF PIGS Director Returns With Equally Grim Animation THE FAKE

Anyone who has ever though dismissively that animation is 'just for kids' has clearly never been exposed to the work of director Yeon Sang-ho. Putting aside the multiple other levels in which that 'just for kids' dismissal is wrong -... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Trailer For Midnight Madness Selected Austrian Creature Feature THE STATION

A selection of the Midnight Madness section of the Toronto International Film Festival, Rammbock director Marvin Kren returns with mountain set creature feature The Station (Blutgletscher).Janek is a technician on a climate observation station high up in the Alps. He... More »
By Todd Brown   

First Blood-Filled Trailer for TIFF 2013 Midnighter ALMOST HUMAN

"I don't think that's Mark!" It's blood, tension, and more blood in the first trailer for Joe Begos's feature debut thriller Almost Human. Premiering as part of ther just announced Toronto Midnight Madness lineup, the film stars Graham Skipper,... More »

TIFF 2013: Docs, Vanguard, City To City, And Cinematheque Programs Announced

The Toronto International Film Festival has unleashed more huge gulps of its screening lineup for 2013. This batch includes documentaries, the adventurous Vanguard section, the City to City section, which focuses this year on Athens, Greece. and TIFF Cinematheque, showcasing... More »

TIFF Announces 2013 Midnight Madness Slate

It seems kind of fitting that I'm stumbling back to a keyboard well after midnight with thoughts about this year's Midnight Madness slate. In what has to be the most unique release done at the storied festival, programmer Colin Geddes... More »

TIFF 2013: First Wave Topped By GRAVITY, LABOR DAY, and So Much More

The first wave of titles for the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival have been announced. As usual, there is a bounty of highly-anticipated movies, led by the North American premieres of Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity and Keanu Reeves' Man of Tai... More »

TIFF 2013: World Premiere of Godfrey Reggio's VISITORS Announced As First Selection

The Toronto International Film Festival has announced their first film for the 2013 edition. It's a world premiere no less, and sure to be a popular choice.The film is titled Visitors, and "will have its world premiere at the Festival in... More »

COMIC BOOK HEROES Programme At TIFF Bell Lightbox Promises To Be Super

Spring Break is just around the corner here in Toronto. And with the icy cold grip of Old Man Winter still lingering and threatening to ruin a perfectly good week off from school, families will want to consider taking in... More »


As the Toronto International Film Festival draws to a close and our weary team will return to their homes, families and regular day jobs tomorrow the festival announced the award winners. The People's Choice trophy went to David O. Russell's... More »
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