The 39th Toronto International Film Festival is just over a month away now, and with that in mind, it’s worth noting a few of the important dates that are worth remembering for this year, especially if you’re buying tickets or packages.
On Tuesday, July 22, the Toronto International Film Festival announced a few of the films that will debut this year, including 13 Galas and 46 Special Presentations.
Ticket packages for the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival — which kicks off in just 85 days, running September 4 to 14 — were announced today, and will be available on July 9, offering a range of options for film fans looking to satisfy their particular style.
The Toronto International Film Festival is a busy event that is filled with remarkable filmmakers and stars, but it’s not every day that you get to interview someone like Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard. This year’s festival, however, offered up that opportunity as the director had two films at the festival: the action drama, Rush, and his music documentary, Made In America.
Stars Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Gattlin Griffith, and director Jason Reitman walked the red carpet at the Ryerson Theatre on September 8 to talk about their new film Labor Day at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
Movies and moviemaking are at the heart of the Toronto International Film Festival. You can’t have films though without stars and celebrities, and when they roll into town, that also means lots and lots of parties. To get those celebrities ready to party, there are a lot of gift lounges during the festival, but one of the longest-running, and most interesting, is the Tastemakers Lounge.
On September 6, director Bill Condon and the cast of The Fifth Estate–including Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl, Alicia Vikander and Carice van Houten–walked the red carpet at Roy Thomson Hall for the opening night of the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Toronto International Film Festival roars into action tomorrow, September 5, with some of the best films that the world has to offer going up on screens across the city. As the industry descends on Toronto for the 10-day discussion and celebration of the cinematic, journalists and publicists alike are preparing for the mayhem that is one of the world’s biggest festivals.
Toronto’s streets will be flooded with movie lovers–and movie stars–this September as the 38th Toronto International Film Festival takes over the city from September 5 to 15, and today the festival has announced the full list of filmmakers and celebrities expected for all the red carpet events.
Over the years I have attended many, many Toronto International Film Festival press conferences and the one for the unveiling of the Canadian content is always the second of three and generally the most low key of the bunch–that is until this 2013 edition held at the sumptuously cavernous Concert Hall at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel on Wednesday, August 7.