Altitude Film has taken UK on the TIFF premeire, KMBO has taken France rights.
Eleanor Coppola’s narrative directorial and screenwriting debut has found its North American home following its recent Toronto world premiere.
Damien Chazelle’s musical romance starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling was the people’s favourite as the Toronto International Film Festival wrapped on Sunday.
The biggest deal to emerge during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) came together before the event started, which says a lot about the acquisitions scene these days.
Two more Toronto deals emerged on Friday in a traditional late-festival acquisitions surge.
Roadside Attractions confirmed on Thursday it had picked up North American rights in Toronto to Lady Macbeth, while Screen Media acquired US on The Bad Batch and Magnolia Pictures took North America on I Am Not Your Negro.
Pinewood Group hosted a networking reception for clients and filmmakers at Ocho Hotel.
The acclaimed director of Hoop Dreams discusses his latest documentary, which focuses on the only company to be indicted following the 2008 mortgage crisis.
The director discusses her follow-up to A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and the “chaotic absurdity” of the Trump campaign.
The celebration of UK film industry talent was hosted by the BFC and BFI in association with Screen.
Entertainment industry and talent turned out en masse to Michael Hirsh’s annual TIFF and Canadian Entertainment Industry Celebration.
Indian film-maker’s debut feature plays in TIFF’s Special Presentations strand.
I Am Not Madame Bovary director says that “the market is super hot” but financiers are “muddying the water”.
Two of this year’s participants discuss opening doors to transatlantic co-productions, and the event’s organisers explain why the Lab will be taking a break next year.
Director Baltasar Kormakur returns to his Icelandic roots for thriller The Oath, which also sees him back in front of the camera. Wendy Mitchell reports from the Reykjavik set.
Telling the tale of a life over three parts — and using three actors — Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight is a searing study of how a young person is shaped by a hostile environment. Jeremy Kay meets the film-makers.
Israeli film-maker Maya Zinshtein discusses the fallout from her football doc Forever Pure, which plays in TIFF Docs.
Starring Game Of Thrones’ Ellie Kendrick, the film premieres in TIFF’s Discovery strand on Friday (Sept 9).
In saddling up for The Magnificent Seven, Antoine Fuqua wasn’t trying to make a statement with the diverse casting, he tells Jeremy Kay.
The Belfast-born director on why his IM Global-backed film was the easiest project he’s ever financed.
Bertrand Bonello speaks to Melanie Goodfellow about his highly charged Paris-attack film Nocturama, which opens the second edition of TIFF’s Platform showcase.
Chilean film-maker Pablo Larrain dwells on the mysteries of storytelling as he contemplates fall festival slots for his two latest films, Neruda and Jackie.
The ringmaster of Ryerson tells Jeremy Kay about overseeing the two programmes that tend to attract the late night crowd and those in search of something very different.
TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey speaks to Jeremy Kay about highlights of the 41st edition and the entente cordiale with Telluride.
From westerns and concert movies to crime dramas, this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 8-18) selection is as eclectic as ever. Screen rounds up the world premieres and more…
Ben Wheatley talks shooting guns and cameras on the set of his action thriller Free Fire and reveals how Martin Scorsese came on board as executive producer. Michael Rosser reports.
The full line-up of Toronto’s Special Presentations strand, with details on each title including sales contacts.
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