Michael E. Rosenberg, president of eOne Films U.S., will leave the company effective October 31, 2013, to pursue other interests, it was announced Tuesday. Rosenberg worked many years building the…
“Gabrielle,” Quebec director Louise Archambault's drama about a developmentally disabled music prodigy who finds love with a fellow choir member, will represent Canada for consideration as a best…
British director Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" has won the Toronto film festival's top audience prize, it was announced Sunday at the event's awards brunch.
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The Equalizer1Daily:$8.2M Cumulative:$34.1M Sony / Columbia -39.59%
The Boxtrolls2Daily:$4.9M Cumulative:$17.3M Focus -34.47%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner3Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$58.0M Fox -46.49%
The HFPA and InStyle held their annual, always elegant Toronto Film Festival soiree on Sept. 9 in the Windsor Arms, where the steady arrival of leading ladies and gentlemen ensured that the boutique…
Director Gia Milani has won the Grolsch Film Works Discovery Award and C$10,000 for her debut feature "All The Wrong Reasons," which tells the entangled stories of four big-box store employees and…
"Lucky Them," the latest from "Eden" helmer Megan Griffiths, charmed auds and potential buyers at its world premiere in Toronto Friday night, thanks to its breezy banter and the appealing, oddball…
amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, held its Inspiration Gala in Toronto Sept. 8, which saw the organization's honorary co-chair Hilary Swank mingle with Adrien Brody and Paul Haggis (both in…
"Toronto" Following the midnight world premiere of cannibal caper-shocker "The Green Inferno" in Toronto on Saturday, Worldview Entertainment and director-producer Eli Roth have announced they will…
Things are looking pretty sweet for Fox Searchlight, with critical kudos and Oscar buzz rolling in for Steve McQueen's provocative "12 Years a Slave"-- one of four pics the company celebrated at its…
Toronto - "Anne of Green Gables" will be coming to the big screen for the first time as a musical, it was announced Sunday by Toronto production company The Film Farm at the Toronto film festival.