Roadside Attractions period drama slated for February release
Harvey Weinstein followed director John Carney everywhere -- even to the bathroom
The star of "Dom Hemingway" also has four variations of the F-word
Film follows retired woman's romance with a younger man
While promoting his directorial debut, "Man of Tai Chai," Reeves sounded unsure that a sequel to the 1989 and 1991 cult comedies would ever see...
The Toronto International Film Fest just keeps attracting major musical talent
Day-and-date theatrical/VOD release is planned
"Eat the fish, Bitch!" -- Julia Roberts braces for her line to be this year's "I Drink Your Milkshake"
The studio chief said there's a cultural shift -- but that's not why he's releasing three stories with black protagonists this year
Influential gay artist inspired everyone from Tom Ford to Freddy Mercury
Everyday Pictures and FilmBuff nab "Burt’s Buzz"
TheWrap spoke to Guillermo del Toro after the Toronto premiere of the space drama
Alfonso Cuaron's Oscar-buzz film is a dazzling technical achievement that quietly turns into something more than that
The filmmaker brought scenes of his new movie to the Toronto Film Festival on Sunday
TIFF fete roundup, from "12 Years as a Slave" to "Parkland" to a wee-hours "Dallas Buyer's Club"
The John Carney movie starring Keira Knightley and Adam Levine sparked a bidding war
The writer-director agrees that he's turning more dramatic in his latest work, which debuted at the Toronto film festival
When the closest thing to a good guy also happens to be a convicted murderer, it's easy to figure out that this year's Toronto Film...
The musician made his first film in five years, "Dallas Buyers Club," which premiered in Toronto to an enthusiastic audience
Francesca Gregorini will direct the project being sold at Toronto
The director of the violent, true story about a slave delves into why he made it at Toronto press conference
Bateman also stars as a grown man in the Spelling Bee
Following its triumphant bow in Telluride, Steve McQueen's brutal drama about slavery is another sign that Toronto doesn't really get going until Friday night
The CBS Films release is premiering Monday night at the Toronto Film Fest
Holly Hunter will co-star in David Gordon Green's drama, which will be financed and produced by Worldview
BBC Films comes on to co-finance the stage adaptation
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Is “Gravity” as awesome as they say? Can Matthew Weiner’s movie be as good as his TV series? TIFF audiences may find a few of...
Jason Reitman’s Live Read, David Cronenberg-inspired art and conversations with Ron Howard and Harvey Weinstein also highlight final programming additions
From galas to midnight movies, "The Fifth Estate" to "Life of Crime," here's the full TIFF slate