It’s nearly time for TIFF 2017! The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival is just a few days away, and today the festival announced hundreds of stars, talent, and filmmakers who will be visiting the city between September 7 to 17 for the red carpets, parties, industry sessions, interviews, and screenings.
The GATE and Hamilton Watch want to make one lucky winner feel like a star, and to celebrate the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival we’re giving away a Ventura watch with an interview lounge experience.
The Toronto International Film Festival is just over three months away, and select TIFF members can start planning their adventures for September starting today with advanced purchases of TIFF ticket packages. Visa cardholders can purchase ticket packages starting on June 14, and open to the public as of June 21.
Director Adam Smith sat down with me during the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about his film Trespass Against Us which stars Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson as a son and his father who live on the fringes of society, and are spiraling apart from each other as the police start to hunt them for recent high-end thefts.
With TIFF’s annual showcase of our nation’s greatest talent kicking off this week, we take a look at this year’s short film selections for Canada’s Top Ten.
Thank-you, 2016. Yes, it was a tough year, both personally and as a fan of popular culture and its icons, but it was also one of The GATE’s best years. It’s worth taking a moment now at the end of 2016 to look back on some of the awesome that came our way over the last 365 days.
The vivid story of journalist Christine Campos comes into sharp focus in the drama Christine, starring Rebecca Hall in a role that is certain to help define her career. The film is an arresting look at the real-life journalist’s descent into darkness–one that she will never return from again.
At the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, I sat down with stars Sasha Lane and Riley Keough to talk about American Honey, the new film from director Andrea Arnold which opened in select theatres this weekend.
Each year, during the Toronto International Film Festival, I am fortunate to meet a lot of actors, directors, producers, writers, and other talent from film, and television. This year at TIFF 2016, I had the fortune of working with Toronto photographer Rick McGinnis to capture some of that talent in a series of special portrait sessions.