Toronto Film Festival Sets 2013 Dates That Overlap With Jewish Holy Days 30 weeks ago
The Toronto International Film Festival announced its 2013 dates, Sept. 5-15, 2013, which overlap with the Jewish High Holy Days and could...
By Lucas Shaw
As Toronto comes to an end, here are the surest Oscar bets, the best movies and the biggest disappointments
David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" follows in footsteps of "The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire," takes top audience prize at Toronto
Toronto's closing-night attraction, "Song for Marion," features Terence Stamp and Vanessa Redgrave in a predictable but crowd-pleasing tear-jerker
While some Toronto-watchers debate about which festival fave will take home the gold, other films debut to considerably less enthusiasm -- sorry, Billy Bob Thornton
As the industry exodus from Toronto picks up steam, Barry Levinson unveils a horror movie, Liz Garbus celebrates Marilyn Monroe and Ben Affleck gets slammed for insulting a Canadian hero
Joshua Oppenheimer's disturbing and transfixing "The Act of Killing" lets Indonesian killers re-enact their murders Hollywood-style
Millennium Entertainment has taken domestic distribution rights to updated “What Maisie Knew,” starring Alexander Skarsgard, Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan
The end of opening weekend at the much-lauded festival brings some grim films -- including one that one may have caused a patron to faint
"The We and the I" is the latest film from Michel Gondry, director of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"
Keira Knightley says there's more to the sex scene in "Anna Karenina" than you'll see onscreen -- but it'll definitely be a DVD extra
The Toronto Film Festival launches with an uncharacteristically commercial film, the sci-fi thriller "Looper," and also includes Kristen Stewart's first red-carpet walk since hitting the tabloids
The Toronto Film Festival has an Oscar-winning streak on the line -- and a history of showcasing a whole lot of everything
Press conference with Salam Fayyad is scheduled for Sept. 11
Toronto International Film Festival completes its schedule with Palme d'Or winner "Amour," international auteurs, conversations with David Geffen and others
Additions to Toronto Film Festival lineup also include projects from Martin McDonagh, Julien Temple and Rob Zombie, plus revivals of Hitchcock and Pixar
Toronto Film Festival booking will allow Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" to kick off awards season and capitalize on Scientology's media attention in the wake of Tom Cruise's divorce
The movie stars Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Oliver Platt, Alison Janney, Alia Shawkat, Adam Brody and Leighton Meester
"I would of course be more than happy to fly in the other leading members of the Tea Party movement to make an entire day of it"
British director Steve McQueen's drama takes a piercing, pitiless look at the culture of sexual excess in Western society
The scene: it’s far past midnight and Glenn Close is snuggling up to her daughter at the post-premiere of her movie, “Albert Nobbs”
Nope, nothing to see here, as some of the most genetically gifted folks on the planet have their photos snapped at TIFF
Film will premiere on Showtime the month after its Toronto Film Festival debut
One year after Bruce Springsteen took the festival by storm, Toronto rocks out with U2, Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney
Spy film "Page Eight" will close festival; Winnie Mandela biopic also added to lineup
Less than two months before his death at 47 on Saturday, the "Casino Jack" director talked about fighting "commodification"
Fourth-quarter release set for film starring Evan Sneider, actor with Down syndrome
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga