This Proclaimers jukebox musical is a chirpy heart-on-sleeve confection that's populist in a somewhat generic way.
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.
With his live-action debut, French animation auteur Sylvain Chomet has transposed the offbeat charm, singular characters and richly layered visual style of his Oscar-nommed hand-drawn toons, "The…
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Louise Archambault's heart-tugger fits into the solid market for well-made, uplifting stories about individuals with special needs.
Sonic star power will light up the Toronto International Film Festival's Mavericks program, it was announced this morning, with the world preem of Ron Howard's doc "Made In America," capturing last…
A strike by stagehands that could have disrupted the Toronto International Film Festival has been averted, three weeks before the fest launches on Sept. 5 with the world premiere of Benedict…
With regional theaters around the country exploring the benefits of legit development initiatives, the showcase of new tuners that has helped launch the commercial lives of Tony winners "Thoroughly…
In recent weeks, this reporter has received seemingly conflicting statements about summertime events claiming to be the grandaddy of music festivals. Festival Intl. de Jazz de Montreal, the 34th…
The gestating musical version of “The Bridges of Madison County” has lined up its Broadway run, with the production inked in for a February opening at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater. Although this is…
Godfrey Reggio's "Visitors" will world preem at the Toronto Film Festival, 30 years after the theatrical release of the helmer's influential cult film "Koyaanisqatsi," it was announced Wednesday.
Tupac Shakur has been dead since 1996, but his star is only on the rise. Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Johnny Cash remain in the public eye with current projects.