After unspooling 339 films, which included 63 world premieres and 104 North American premieres, over 10 days, the 28th Toronto International Film Festival has faded to black – wrapping up yesterday with its annual Awards Brunch.
Name dropping – it’s one of the finest sports in the entertainment business, and today the Toronto International Film Festival dropped an orgy of big-name celebrities who are attending this year’s festival.
With a series of Biblical-like disasters behind the city, it’s almost amazing that Toronto is still standing. But, with Tuesday’s announcement for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (which runs between September 4th to 13th), it’s time to put all that behind us and enjoy the barrage of films and movie stars who will descend on our city.
Director Carl Franklin, who’s possibly best known for his film Devil In A Blue Dress, will be premiering his new film, Out Of Time, this September as a Gala Presentation at the 28th Toronto International Film Festival.
There are just a couple of weeks to go before the 28th annual Toronto International Film Festival hits the city and two more Gala Presentations have been announced. Both Robert Benton‘s The Human Stain and Joel Schumacher‘s Veronica Guerin will make their North American and more films will be announced in the weeks to come!
The 28th annual Toronto International Film Festival has announced five more Special Presentations today, and leading the list is the latest from the man behind Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill.
With just a month to go before the fun begins, more news is slowly slipping out about this this September’s 28th Toronto International Film Festival.
Director Margarethe von Trotta‘s Rosenstrasse receives its North American premiere as a Gala Presentation at the 28th Toronto International Film …
Ready for 10 days of movies, parties, celebrities, events and as little sleep as you can survive on? Well, the Toronto International Film Festival Group announced their plans today for the Canadian film portion of the festival, naming Gary Burns‘ A Problem With Fear as the Opening Night film for Perspective Canada.