The Liberty Grand played host once again to the opening night gala party for the 36th annual Toronto International Film Festival, bringing a number of stars from television and film to mingle at the gigantic venue.
The busy days of the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival have arrived, and I’m frankly living in my bliss. There are hassles and troubles here and there, and it can be annoying managing the schedule, but it’s going great so far.
The boys from U2, Bono and The Edge, walked the red carpet with director Davis Guggenheim last night for the premier of the documentary From the Sky Down, which opened the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
Bono and The Edge walked the red carpet with Davis Guggenheim for the Toronto International Film Festival ahead of the premier for Guggenheim’s U2 documentary, From the Sky Down.
Need a funny reminder why the Toronto International Film Festival needs volunteers to keep the gigantic event running? Look no further than Cineplex, the sponsor of the Volunteer Program at TIFF, who launched this video showing what might happen without the more than 2,000 people who donated their time to this year’s festival.
Before I descend into madness over the next 11 days, I thought I’d take a little time to fill you all in on what I’m expecting during my Toronto International Film Festival adventures.
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.