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  1. Toronto Film Festival Gala to Honor Priyanka Chopra

    7:44 am 7/20/2017

    The stylish event will fete the 'Quantico' and 'Baywatch' star a day before the glitzy event officially gets under way on Sept. 7 with an opening night film. Read more

  2. Toronto Film Fest to Tackle Trump-Era Moviemaking, Hollywood Gender Gap

    8:38 am 7/19/2017

    TIFF's official industry conference will debate the impact of the U.S. president's Muslim travel ban on U.S. award shows and festival premieres.Read more

  3. Trump Tower in Toronto to Drop President's Name

    10:52 am 6/27/2017

    The new owner of Trump International Hotel & Tower, a one-time hotspot for Toronto Film Fest parties, has a deal to drop the Trump name from the city's skyline.Read more

  4. 'Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves': Film Review | Karlovy Vary 2017

    10:10 am 3/5/2017

    French-Canadian directors Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie's portrait of radical contemporary revolutionaries, 'Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves,' is as uncompromising as its mouthful of a title.Read more

  5. Toronto Film Fest to Shrink Movie Lineup by 20 Percent

    3:00 am 2/23/2017

    "We've certainly been listening to those who told us ... it's hard to navigate the festival," artistic director Cameron Bailey tells THR. Read more

  6. Midnight Madness' Colin Geddes Leaving Toronto Film Festival

    7:14 am 2/7/2017

    For 20 years, he booked horror pics and black comedies into TIFF's witching-hour sidebar for bloodthirsty audiences and bleary-eyed Hollywood buyers. Read more

  7. Canadian Director Found Dead in the Florida Keys

    5:58 am 2/1/2017

    The U.S. Coast Guard has confirmed the body of 'Sharkwater' director Rob Stewart has been recovered after he went missing during a scuba dive. Read more

  8. Toronto Film Fest Founder Bill Marshall Dies at 77

    2:10 pm 1/1/2017

    He also produced 13 movies, including the Craig Russell-starrer 'Outrageous.' Read more

  9. 'Eva Nova': Film Review

    6:57 am 11/20/2016

    Slovakia's foreign-language Oscar submission, 'Eva Nova,' directed by Marko Skop, is a character study of a former Communist-era actress and recovering alcoholic, played by the great Emilia Vasaryova. Read more

  10. HBO Europe Takes Slovakian Oscar Contender 'Eva Nova'

    11:02 pm 10/25/2016

    HBO will carry the drama from Marko Skop across its pay TV channels in Central and Eastern Europe. Read more

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