TORONTO: Alex Walton will commence pre-sales in Canada this week on the Shane Black crime thriller starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
EXCLUSIVE: The Salt Company has licensed international rights to BASE jumping documentary Sunshine Superman to Universal Pictures International Entertainment ahead of this week’s world premiere in Toronto.
Screen profiles selected world premieres from the major sections.
The Ottawa-born, Ryerson University graduate tells Jeremy Kay why he was the perfect person to play a booze and drug-addled former child star who bluffs his way into a job as a high school guidance counsellor.
The director chats about fables, gospel choirs, casting Harmony Korine and Al Pacino’s preparation process.
As Venice, Telluride and Toronto introduce a slew of prestige titles, Jeremy Kay examines the season’s possible awards contenders
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The co-directors and stars of Canadian Midnight Madness selection Afflicted talk about their unconvential approach to a vampire film.
French Canadian director Denis Villeneuve talks to Sarah Cooper about his busy two years making Prisoners and Enemy, which are both playing at Toronto.
The Unison Films principals talk to Jeremy Kay about their Toronto premiere The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her [pictured].
Sandy George talks to Joel Edgerton about his new film, Felony, which premieres at Toronto.
It took two-and-a-half years before Paul Haggis was happy with the script for Third Person, he tells Jeremy Kay.
Mike Flanagan talks about his Midnight Madness entry Oculus, a chiller about a mirror that is “like a portable Overlook Hotel”. Jeremy Kay tries not to gulp too loudly.
The Mad Men creator brings his debut feature You Are Here to Toronto’s Special Presentations section.
Wendy Mitchell talks to Sarah McCarthy about her documentary which receives its North American premiere in Toronto.
COMMENT: The nature of film premieres in the internet age means Telluride can’t exist in a vacuum.