Keanu Reeves, Sandra Oh to Take Part in Canada's Top Ten Film Festival
The Canadian stars will support the Toronto Film Festival's annual homegrown movie showcase
Canada-born stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Oh are set to appear onstage for the Toronto Film Festival's annual Top Ten Film Festival.
The Hollywood celebrities will take part in conversations about their careers to support the annual cross-country showcase of homegrown movies. Fest artistic director Cameron Bailey will join Reeves onstage Jan. 11 at Bell Lightbox in Toronto.
Former Grey's Anatomy star Oh will discuss her career highlights with Bailey during a Top Ten Film Festival stop in Vancouver on Jan. 18. Earlier, on Jan. 10, Canadian activist Naomi Klein and filmmaker Avi Lewis will take part in their own in-depth conversation in Toronto about This Changes Everything, an upcoming documentary based on Klein’s new book of the same name about capitalism and climate change.
Canadian films booked into the Top Ten Film Festival include David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars, starring Julianne Moore, and Xavier Dolan's Mommy, both of which bowed at Cannes; Andrew Huculiak's Violent, which debuted in Karlovy Vary; and Maxime Giroux's Felix & Meira, judged the best Canadian feature at the Toronto Film Festival this year.