Tommy Lee Jones' football moves, Jimmy Page's creativity and Valentino's fashion crimes are among the real stories unspooling September in Toronto, as the festival's doc slate was announced Tuesday.
Just for Laughs' more compact Toronto festival wrapped Sunday, attracting 153,000 comedy fans to an array of showcases.
Jean-Claude Van Damme starrer "JCVD" will launch Toronto's popular Midnight Madness program.
Canuck screenwriters are extending their collective agreement with the Canadian Film & Television Producers Assn. and its Quebec equivalent for 12 months.
The Eye has swapped time periods for racy '70s drama "Swingtown" and more traditional cop drama "Flashpoint" effective this week.
Montreal's Just for Laughs raked in C$10 million ($9.98 million) at the box office and boasted its most star-studded guest list in 26 years as the 12-day English and French-language comedy fest ended…
So often the generic backdrop in films and series, Toronto finally gets top billing this year.The city's sleek glass towers, graffiti-sprayed back alleys and even lake-front beaches are featured in…
The screen adaptation of Sue Monk Kidd's 2002 bestseller "The Secret Life of Bees" will world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival as a Gala.
A report released Tuesday by StatsCan, Canada's national statistics agency, reveals that terrestrial TV revenues declined for the first time in a decade in 2007, while pay TV revenues rose.
Paul Haggis will sit on jury for the third Filminute Festival, a multimedia, multinational fest of one-minute films founded by Canadian expats John Ketchum and Sabaa Quao.