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.
From the Army Archerd Archive
The festival may have seemed slower this year, but there were plenty of deals being made.
Louis J. Horvitz will help usher in the Primetime Emmy Awards' Nokia Theater era.
Cinematographer Caleb Deschanel, AFI president emerita Jean Picker Firstenberg, and hyphenate Norman Jewison have been tapped to receive honorary degrees from the American Film Institute.
The first response to Steven Soderbergh's four-hour, 18-minute Spanish-language "Che" Wednesday night ranged from rapturous to dismissive after the gala premiere and simultaneous press screening.
Germany's Senator Film has secured distribution rights to Sam Mendes' untitled pic about young newlyweds starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and John Krasinski.
TrustNordisk reports brisk pre-sales in Cannes of Lukas Moodysson's drama "Mammoth."
Russia's leading independent sales and production shingle, Central Partnership, is shooting its biggest project yet, a $25 million adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's Cossack swashbuckler "Taras bulba."
Gallic financing and sales company Films Distribution has wasted no time completing the finance on Wim Wenders' upcoming psychological thriller "The Miso Soup."