While dramas, documentaries and tearjerkers rule the day at the Toronto International Film Festival, it’s the bloody, supernatural and action-packed films that rule the nights at TIFF, and that’s thanks to Midnight Madness.
As the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival prepares for one of its biggest years once again, the Canadian Film Centre is sending out congratulations to the more than 30 school alumni who will take part in this year’s 36th annual festival.
Time flies when you’re dreaming of Toronto’s most exciting time of year. Of course I’m talking about the annual Toronto International Film Festival, which celebrates its 36th anniversary this year, and whether you’re excited by the films, the stars, or the filmmakers themselves, the festival has a lot to offer once again this year.
Rising star Emma Stone, director Will Gluck, and co-star Penn Badgley dropped by the Isabel Bader Theater for an opportunity to meet with fans during the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival where they debuted the teen comedy Easy A.
Director John Curran’s dramatic thriller Stone debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, with stars Milla Jovovich, Robert De Niro, and Edward Norton participating in a press conference to discuss the film with the media.
The cast of James Gunn’s dramedy Super were on hand at the Ryerson Theatre on Friday, September 10, for the gala presentation of their film which stars Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page as a pair of would-be do-gooders trying to take down the thugs and bad guys in a small American city.
Mitch Glazer’s Passion Play made its Toronto International Film Festival debut at the Ryerson Theatre on Friday, September 10, where stars Mickey Rourke, Megan Fox, and Bill Murray were on hand to meet with the throngs of fans and the media who had waited hours to see the celebrities.
Score: A Hockey Musical got the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival rolling at Roy Thomson Hall on Thursday, September 9, which was naturally followed by Astral Media’s annual opening night party at the Liberty Grand.
The stars have been walking the red carpets this weekend for the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and fans have been lining up for hours to get a glimpse.
There are approximately 300 films being screened over a 10 day period during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and just scrolling absentmindedly through the schedule at TIFF.net is more than just a little overwhelming. What to see? What looks good? And what looks like an utter train wreck?