Toronto features – Page 13

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    Toronto 2011: Gala Presentations, Special Presentations

    2011-09-06T20:10:00Z

    As international buyers and visitors prepare for this month’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 8-18), Screen gets the scoop on all the world premieres across TIFF’s main sections

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    Toronto 2010 deals: Back in Business

    2010-10-08T16:45:00Z

    The flurry of pickups at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival points to burgeoning optimism in the ­independent sector. Jeremy Kay explores the festival’s key deals

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    Toronto 2010 slideshow

    2010-09-28T12:52:00Z

    The stars align at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. All photos by Tim Leyes.

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    View Screen's Digital Dailies from Toronto

    2010-09-21T09:45:00Z

    Missed a daily? Catch up here with our digital editions.

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    Guillem Morales

    2010-09-16T12:18:00Z

    The director of Spanish psycho thriller Julia’s Eyes talks monsters, horror and Guillermo Del Toro.

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    Guillaume Canet

    2010-09-16T12:00:00Z

    French actor/writer/director Guillaume Canet is in Toronto with the world premiere of his follow up to the international hit thriller Tell No One.

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    Denis Villeneuve

    2010-09-16T12:00:00Z

    Quebec’s acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve talks to Screen during Toronto about his fourth feature, the multi layered tragedy Incendies.

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    Guy Moshe

    2010-09-14T10:17:00Z

    Israel-born, US based director Guy Moshe talks about his film Bunraku, which is screening in Toronto’s Midnight Madness section.

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    Will Gluck

    2010-09-13T09:25:00Z

    Director Will Gluck talks about working with rising star Emma Stone on Screen Gem’s high school rom com Easy A, which premieres in Toronto.

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    Tom Hall

    2010-09-13T09:15:00Z

    Irish writer-director Tom Hall speaks to Jeremy Kay about his €1m feature Sensation about a young man who inherits his father’s farming business, which is screening in Toronto.

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    Sarah McCarthy

    2010-09-10T09:00:00Z

    Sarah McCarthy talks about The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical, which one Toronto programmer predicts will be a sleeper hit of the festival.

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    Max Winkler

    2010-09-10T08:00:00Z

    The director of Toronto world premiere Ceremony talks about Jason Reitman’s advice, working with actors, and finding that sweet spot between funny and sad.

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    Kiran Rao

    2010-09-09T15:34:00Z

    Mumbai-based filmmaker Kiran Rao talks about her directorial debut, Dhobi Ghat, which is receiving its world premiere inToronto.

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    Mark Herbert, Mary Burke, Andy Stebbing

    2010-09-09T14:08:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    The three producers of Richard Ayoade’s feature directorial debut Submarine talk about the making of the film, ahead of it world premiere in Toronto.

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    Toronto 2010: This year's hottest titles

    2010-09-06T12:08:00Z

    Profiles and sales details of the gala and special presentations, plus key world premieres at this year’s Toronto.

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    Curtain rises on new-look Toronto

    2010-09-06T11:22:00Z

    2010 is a year of change for the Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 9-19) with the opening of the event’s new headquarters. Suzan Ayscough speaks to festival co-directors Piers Handling and Cameron Bailey while Screen profiles select world premieres showing as galas and special presentations.  

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    Into the unknown

    2009-10-08T08:00:00Z

    The model for exhibition, finance and consumption of movies has remained the same for the best part of a century - but digital technologies are changing everything. ScreenDaily teamed with Ernst Young, Heenan Blaikie and First California Bank to assemble a panel of experts who made their ...

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    Venice and Toronto show their different strengths

    2009-09-24T15:09:00Z

    The two festivals worked well together this year, says Fionnuala Halligan.

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    Dealmakers kick heels at slow Tiff

    2009-09-24T12:54:00Z

    Although North American business was thin on the ground at the Toronto International Film Festival, foreign buyers were displaying less caution,no longer waiting for domestic deals to be done.

  • Niki Caro returns with The Vintner’s Luck, the New Zealand film-maker’s first feature since 2005’s North Country.
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    The ones to watch

    2009-09-03T17:58:00Z

    Eagerly anticipated new films from Niki Caro, Danis Tanovic and Neil Jordan will be seen by US buyers for the first time in Toronto.