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?
Writer and director Ed Gass-Donnelly is back at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and this time he’s added another title to his resume: producer.
Director Michael McGowan and the cast of Score: A Hockey Musical kicked of the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, September 9 at Roy Thomson Hall with appearances by Olivia Newton-John, Noah Reid, Allie MacDonald, Hawksley Workman, and Walter Gretzky, just to name a few.
The cast of writer and director Michael Goldbach’s latest movie, Daydream Nation, walked the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival. Stars in appearance included Kat Dennings, Reece Thompson, Josh Lucas, and Katie Boland.
While I run between the press office and the screening for SUPER I had to share a quick photo from the opening night gala red carpet of Score: A Hockey Musical.
Yesterday was the start of the 35th Toronto International Film Festival and the big events were the opening gala film (Score: A Hockey Musical) and the opening night party.
If you live in Canada, you’ve probably seen those back to school ads that feature the Andy Williams classic, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but whenever I see those ads I can only think of one thing: it’s time for the film festival.
It’s that time of year again. The 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, has revealed the full list of actors, stars, celebrities, and filmmakers expected at this year’s event, and once again it includes some of the biggest names in the world.
Canada may have an unhealthy record with the Stanley Cup over the past few decades, but hockey dreams are at least coming true for the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
During a special press conference at the Hockey Hall of Fame last week, TIFF CEO and director Piers Handling and co-director Cameron Bailey announced that Michael McGowan‘s Score: A Hockey Musical will make its world premier as the opening night gala film for this year’s 35th annual festival.
The 35th Toronto International Film Festival is just a few weeks away, and as of yesterday, ticket packages are now on sale for Visa cardholders.