Bollywood starpower hit Toronto this week for a three-day film and business networking event culminating in the Intl. Indian Film Academy awards Saturday night, marking the North American bow of the…
Tiff Bell Lightbox
Arthouse distrib Mongrel Media announced Wednesday that it will simul-preem foreign pics on multiple platforms, a groundbreaking move in Canada where the VOD market has not developed as it has south…
Abigail Breslin showed a packed house, including an attentive Harvey Weinstein, her pipes.
Good day, eh? Canadian pics owned both the red carpet and market spotlights opening day of the 35th annual Toronto Film Festival.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival's new HQ, the Bell Lightbox, is striving to make a thunderous debut that will impress curious filmgoers and industry players alike, and artistic director Noah Cowan…
Cameron Bailey has been navigating red-carpet routes, battling phantom bedbugs and plotting Twitter showdowns with Roger Ebert this summer.
Once a cultural institution grows large enough -- take the Toronto Intl. Film Festival group for example -- it can foster the Edifice Complex.
Royal Bank of Canada and the Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group have inked a 10-year agreement, making RBC the official bank as well as a major sponsor of the fest, it was announced Thursday.
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