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Even gender split among 12 TIFF Writers’ Studio participants (exclusive)

Share her Journey to offer partial support for female selections.

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Toronto unveils Platform jurors

Festival to announce line-up on August 7.

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Cameron Bailey named TIFF artistic director and co-head

Board adopts two-headed leadership model.


Northern Banner acquires Toronto Discovery winner 'Luk’Luk’I' (exclusive)

Late spring theatrical release for Toronto Discovery selection.

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Nicolas Cage, Selma Blair horror 'Mom And Dad' gets UK deal

Company sets March release for Toronto Midnight Madness title.


RLJE Films takes US rights to 'I Kill Giants'

Fantasy drama premiered at 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.

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Film Movement acquires 'The Third Murder' (exclusive)

The Third Murder screened at Venice and TIFF.

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Iceland-set Toronto title 'The Swan' scores key deals (exclusive)

Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir project heading to North America, China and Lithuania.

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First trailer for Toronto premiere 'Sergio & Sergei' with Ron Perlman (exclusive)

Cuban/American film is set after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Finland's 'Little Wing' wins Nordic Council Film Prize

Selma Vilhunen’s feature debut about a 12-year-old girl wins the lucrative cash prize of $55,000.

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Magnolia Pictures acquires Jed Rothstein's 'The China Hustle'

Film world-premiered in Toronto this year.

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'Sweet Country' tops Screen’s Toronto Platform jury grid

Film achieves a strong 3.5 overall rating.


'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' wins Toronto audience award

Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country takes TIFF’s Platform prize.


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'The Swan': Goteborg Review

A nine year-old girl is sent to do penance on her aunt’s farm in Iceland’s northern far reaches

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'Montana': Haifa Review

A debut from Israel which is surprisingly light on its feet, given the weighty matters it addresses

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'Killing Jesus': Zurich Review

Part-based on a real-life story, Laura Mora’s directorial debut is also a snapshot of Medellín today

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'Good Favour': Review

Irish director Rebecca Daly’s third feature is set inside a sealed-off religious commune


'Marrowbone': Toronto Review

A young family share their home with a malevolent spirit in the atmospheric debut of screenwriter Sergio G Sanchez