Toronto International Film Festival

The 2015 Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 10 to 20, bringing together some of the world’s best filmmakers for eleven days of red carpets, screenings, parties, special movie events, and one of the best events in the world for film lovers. Follow the latest news here, including ticket and movie information, interviews, videos, photos, news, and the full list of stars expected to attend in August.

TIFF 2017: Ingrid Veninger talks ‘Porcupine Lake’

For her sixth feature film, director, writer, producer, actor and all around DIY Jill-of-all-trades Ingrid Veninger takes filmgoers to Porcupine Lake (set to make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this week). A unique coming-of-age story from one of Canada’s most resolutely independent filmmakers, the latest from Veninger (MODRA, The Animal Project) represents both a departure for her cinematically and a telling of one of her most personal stories to date.

40 must-see shorts at TIFF 2017

In addition to screening hundreds of feature films every year, the Toronto International Film Festival (kicking off on Thursday, September 7th and running to the 17th) boasts an exceptionally strong line-up of shorts. The Short Cuts Programme has become one of the most prominent showcases of short filmmaking in the world, but films functioning outside of the sexier, long-form norm can be found popping up throughout the festival in various sections, perhaps most notably in the daring, boundary pushing Wavelengths program.