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Venice: ‘Los Nadie’ from Colombia Wins Critics’ Week Prize
VENICE, Italy —“Los Nadie” (“The Nobodies”), a first work by Colombian director Juan Sebastian Mesa about five street punks who are street artists in Medellin, is the winner of the Venice Film Festival’s Critics’ Week prize. Shot in black and white in seven days on a declared $2,000 budget, “The Nobodies” depicts Colombia’s so-called anarcho-punks, who... Read more »
3 points by Variety | Venice Film Festival Venice Colombia Italy Ayumi Hamasaki Film Prize Black people
Facebook Live Q&A with Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis – Today at 10:15am ET/7:15am PT
Join us Friday morning at 10:15 am ET/7am PT for a live conversation with Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis. The actors, who co-star in the new film “Colossal,” will be joined by director Nacho Vigalondo. Submit your questions below. “Colossal” premieres Friday night at the Toronto Film Festival. The story follows a woman who moves... Read more »
10 points by Variety | New York City Toronto International Film Festival Toronto Anne Hathaway Havoc Global city William Shakespeare Film
Big screen whistleblower: Edward Snowden to appear in Oliver Stone film about himself
Being stranded in Moscow seems to come with certain opportunities – just ask Edward Snowden. The NSA whistleblower will appear in the upcoming film “Snowden,” which was partly filmed in the Russian capital, according to the movie’s executive producer. Read Full Article at
465 points by Russia Today | Film producer Film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Producer National Security Agency Moritz Borman Central Intelligence Agency Terminator Salvation
Dutch Features Acquires Foreign-Language Oscar Entry ‘Tonio’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Dutch Features Global Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights to Paula van der Oest’s “Tonio,” the Dutch entry for the foreign-language Oscar race. “Tonio” is the third film by van der Oest, after “Accused” and “Zus & Zo,” to be selected by the Dutch committee to compete for an Oscar nomination. Based on Dutch author A.... Read more »
9 points by Variety | A. F. Th. van der Heijden Entertainment Documentary film Film Dutch people Zus & Zo Australia Toronto
‘Sully’ Is Latest Historical Film to Prompt Off-Screen Drama
An investigator of the plane crash at the center of the story disputes events as portrayed — which may be beside the point in a Hollywood film.
2658 points by The New York Times | US Airways Flight 1549 US Airways Chesley Sullenberger Film Airbus A320 family Water landing Danville California LaGuardia Airport
Tear-out of Great Lakes Science Center theater at full throttle (video)
Major tear-out lays a foundation for the rebirth of the Great Lakes Science Center's former Cleveland Clinic Omnimax Theater. Watch video CLEVELAND, Ohio - A theater is said to "go dark" when there is no show. The Great Lakes Science Center's former Omnimax Theater did that August 29th after the last movie. But as of Tuesday the term took on new meaning because GLSC staff and others began dismantling the equipment that served the theater for the past two decades. Most of the furnishings and carpeting also is being replaced. The most radical change is in the projection booth. Before a first-of-its-kind digital three-projector laser projection system can go, the old system has to come out. Projectionists Jeffry Johnson and Scott Woodruff began dismantling the old system on Tuesday. Giant reels of film were scattered about as they worked. These are generally at least 40 inches across. Some arrive that way, while others have been assembled at the theater by splicing more than a dozen smaller reels together. One of the most demanding tasks was pulling out the xenon projection lamps, which look like large jugs with steel projections at each end. Johnson said they had to wear protective gear because the lamps, each worth $6,000, are under pressure. In use, each one is powered by 15,000 watts with cooling provided by deionized distilled water. The digitalization of images eliminates the high cost of acquiring and shipping large, heavy film prints. Thong Nguyen, a technician from Omnimax corporate headquarters near Toronto, Ontario, said he his helping with the dismantling because some of the equipment can be put back to work at other Omnimax venues around the world. The revamped space is supposed to open next month, when it will be called the Cleveland Clinic Dome Theater, a natural choice because a substantial gift at the dawn of the science center gave the clinic the naming rights for the space. The sophisticated digital system results from between D3D Cinema and Christie Digital Systems, and will feature ultra-high 6K resolution. The science center recently completed a $1.8 million capital campaign to finance the digital conversion and theater remodel, according to the press release. Benefactors included the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission, the Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust, the Lubrizol Foundation, the Cliffs Foundation, PNC Foundation and other corporations, foundations and private citizens supported the campaign.
28 points by The Plain Dealer | Cleveland Digital Great Lakes Science Center Great Lakes Film Cleveland Clinic Digital systems Case Western Reserve University
Meg Ryan uses 'fierce' maternal instincts in her directorial debut 'Ithaca'
Hollywood actress Meg Ryan goes behind the camera for her directorial debut "Ithaca", a World War II drama for which she said she used her maternal instincts in telling the story.
65 points by | Tom Hanks Sleepless in Seattle Narrative English-language films Mother Meg Ryan Film Film director
David Puttnam to Head All Star Jury at 10th APSA Awards
The U.K.’s Lord David Puttnam will head the jury at the 10th edition of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. For the anniversary, other members of the jury are all former jury heads and include Busan festival chairman Kim Dong-ho, Hong Kong producer Nansun Shi, Australian producer Jan Chapman and Indian director Shyam Benegal. The announcement... Read more »
33 points by Variety | Film Shyam Benegal Film director David Puttnam Actor Hong Kong Feature film Australia
Toronto Fest Facetime: Sandra Oh
Korean-Canadian actress Sandra Oh, acclaimed for her work on the hit TV series “Grey’s Anatomy,” for which she won a Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild awards, and the feature film “Sideways,” scores her first executive producer credit with the TIFF Special Presentation title “Window Horses (The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming),” in... Read more »
33 points by Variety | Film Feature film Sandra Oh Screen Actors Guild Movie theater Actor Animation Animated cartoon
Bac Nails Sales for Helen Mirren/Donald Sutherland Starrer ‘Leisure Seeker’ (EXCLUSIVE)
“The Leisure Seeker,” starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland as a runaway couple on a last cross-country adventure, has struck a chord among film distributors. Since Cannes, Paris-based Bac Films has scored a flurry of pre-sales on the film based solely on the script, package and Italian director Paolo Virzi’s reputation as one of Italy’s top directors.... Read more »
177 points by Variety | Film Film director English-language films Italy
Jovanka Vuckovic Directing Science-Fiction Actioner ‘Riot Girls’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Clique Pictures has tapped “XX”director Jovanka Vuckovic to helm the post-apocalyptic feature film “Riot Girls.” The story, scripted by Katherine Collins, is set in a world where adults have mysteriously died and resources are scarce with a teenage girl called to action when her brother is captured by rivals and set to be executed. Joined... Read more »
451 points by Variety | Guillermo del Toro Film Movie theater Feature film Toronto International Film Festival Short film Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction Girl
Toronto: Arri Group Launches Filmmaker Support Program
Germany’s Arri Group is launching a support program for international filmmakers at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival. The Munich-based company, whose operations range from motion picture camera and lighting system to film production and post-production activities, said Sept. 8 that its International Support Program initiative would assist filmmakers who are working on “distinctive projects with an... Read more »
87 points by Variety | Film Board of directors New York City Los Angeles Amtrak Post-production Film production Toronto
Toronto: Flying Lotus, Eddie Alcazar Team for Brainfeeder Films
Multihyphenate artist Flying Lotus is partnering with filmmaker Eddie Alcazar on Brainfeeder Films, now officially formalized as an independent film finance and production company aimed at developing and supporting creative content. “Eddie and I started Brainfeeder Films with the intention to produce and support influential and experimental entertainment for film and music fans around the... Read more »
581 points by Variety | Film John Coltrane Jazz Film director Alice Coltrane Tenor saxophone Ravi Coltrane Soprano saxophone
Gaumont Touches Buyers With Contempo French Drama ‘Heaven Will Wait’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Gaumont has closed a raft of deals on Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar’s “Heaven Will Wait,” a French drama set to premiere in Toronto’s Contemporary World Cinema. “Heaven Will Wait” turns on two girls next door, Sonia and Mélanie, whose lives take unexpected turn after they begin to commit crimes, leaving their parents in despair but determined to... Read more »
9 points by Variety | Movie theater Film South Korea Christianity Better Than Ezra 2005 singles Belgium France
‘Playback’ Podcast: Live from the Telluride Film Festival with Amy Adams
Variety's Kristopher Tapley and Peter Debruge discuss festival hits while Amy Adams takes stock of her career and filmmaker collaborations.
184 points by Variety | Steven Spielberg Ewan McGregor Film director Lois Lane Film Superman Telluride Film Festival La La Land
Defense group joins objection to ‘Las Vegas Law’
A group of defense attorneys asked the Nevada Supreme Court to join in a request to prevent the Clark County District Attorney’s television show from filming trials.
31 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Lawyer Jury Nevada Criminal law Film Judge Prosecutor Jury trial
Toronto: Supe Troop Spins Off From Cutting Edge Group
Laura Katz, who has led Cutting Edge Music Services in Los Angeles for two years, is starting Supe Troop as a specialist in music supervision services for film and TV, Variety has learned exclusively. Music supervisor Chris Piccaro and music coordinator Lauren Weiss have also joined Supe Troop. The new company will work with Cutting... Read more »
-1 points by Variety | American film actors Film Toronto International Film Festival American Jews Los Angeles American television actors English-language films Film crew
Palm Springs Film Festival Taps Toronto Programmer Michael Lerman
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has selected veteran festival programmer Michael Lerman as artistic director, who’s replacing the departed Helen du Toit. The festival made the announcement Thursday on the opening day of the Toronto International Film Festival, where Lerman serves as acting head of programming and primetime programmer. He’s also the artistic director for... Read more »
9 points by Variety | Film Film director Martin Scorsese Toronto International Film Festival Jack Nicholson Art Steven Spielberg The Palm
'Nocturama,' about simultaneous bombing attacks around Paris, has a ripped-from-the-headlines sense of urgency
TIFF: 'Magnificent Seven' is more than just a remake Sept. 8, 2016, 5:44 p.m. The 41st Toronto International Film Festival is under way, kicking off the awards-season derby that will end with the Academy Awards next February. Our film team is on the ground in Canada, getting early looks at many...
4 points by Los Angeles Times | Cannes Film Festival Film festival Film Horror film Movie theater Bertrand Bonello Toronto International Film Festival Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Venice: U.S.-based Iranian Auteur Amir Naderi on Making ‘Mountain’ in Italy
VENICE, Italy — U.S.-based Iranian auteur Amir Naderi — who on Monday received Venice’s Jaeger-Lecoultre Glory To The Filmmaker Award — says his new film “Mountain,” shot in the Italian Alps, “is very much about pushing myself to the limit.” And also about pushing his Italian crew. “I told them in the beginning: ‘This will be... Read more »
28 points by Variety | Italy Slovenia Venice Film Film director Alps Basilicata Amir Naderi
Reader comment sparks 'Star Trek' vs. 'Star Wars' debate
Boldly celebrating 50 years of 'Star Trek's' television, movies and more Sept. 8, 2016, 3:53 p.m. "Star Trek" celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and the television series, along with its many spawned spinoffs and films, continues to be a relevant element of pop culture and an influential...
84 points by Los Angeles Times | Montgomery Scott Star Trek: The Original Series Star Trek: The Animated Series Beam me up Scotty Television Marvel Comics Culture Film
In 'Cameraperson,' life seen through an intrepid lens
NEW YORK (AP) — Kristen Johnson, leaning forward in a Manhattan coffee shop, isn't entirely sure what to call her film.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Film Film director Cinematography Documentary film Film crew Camera Relationship
Ex-Sony Exec Doug Belgrad to Co-Finance ‘Bad Boys 3,’ ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ ‘Mulan’
Former Sony Pictures executive Doug Belgrad will co-finance half a dozen Sony movies — “Peter Rabbit,” “Bad Boys 3,” “Zombieland 2,” “Mulan,” the “Charlies Angels” reboot and “Mallory.” Belgrad, who departed earlier this year as motion picture group president, is making the investments through his 2.0 Entertainment company. He will be a producer on some... Read more »
88 points by Variety | Mount Everest Sony Pictures Entertainment English-language films Film Year of birth missing George Mallory Charlie's Angels American television actors
Who knew songs about a serial killer could be so awesome?
It certainly doesn’t sound promising: a film of a British stage musical, its lyrics taken verbatim from interviews with the neighbors of a serial killer. Yet the result — directed by Rufus Norris and setting words collected by Alecky Blythe against music by Adam Cork — is mesmerizing. The real case involved a forklift operator...
-1 points by New York Post | Music English television actors Serial killer English stage actors Murder English film actors Film Serial killers
MGM reduces earnings outlook on 'Ben-Hur' loss
Movie studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has reduced its annual profit outlook by about $50 million, thanks to the spectacular box-office crash of the summer epic “Ben-Hur.”  MGM warned investors Wednesday that it expects its 2016 earnings, excluding certain items, to decline 10% from last year’s profit...
7 points by Los Angeles Times | Warner Bros. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Paramount Pictures Ben-Hur United Artists Film Charlton Heston Academy Award for Best Actor
Actor John Hostetter of TV's 'Murphy Brown' dies at 69
John Hostetter, an actor, painter and musician best known for playing the steady stage manager in "Murphy Brown," has died. Hostetter died Sept. 2 of complications resulting from a long battle with cancer, his wife, Del Appleby, told the Associated Press on Thursday. Hostetter was 69 and died in...
17 points by Los Angeles Times | NBC Film New York New York City Cornell University Associated Press Rockefeller Center Actor
'The Green Fairy' is a groan-inducing fantasy nonfiction ode to absinthe
The belief that absinthe induces hallucinations is the stuff of ignorance and myth, as “The Green Fairy,” a “fantasy documentary” about the long-banned quaff, goes to tortured lengths to chronicle. But consider it a matter of scientific certainty that the film will induce groans from its audience....
304 points by Los Angeles Times | Roddy Piper Temperance movement Prohibition English-language films Drama Film Antisocial personality disorder Oscar Wilde
Toronto 2016: The hypnotic urgency of Bertrand Bonello's 'Nocturama'
Though the official opening night film is the big-budget Hollywood remake of “The Magnificent Seven” starring Denzel Washington, there are actually many other movies also screening Thursday at the Toronto International Film Festival. Among them is the international premiere of French filmmaker...
4 points by Los Angeles Times | Cannes Film Festival Film festival Film Horror film Movie theater Bertrand Bonello Toronto International Film Festival Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
First-time director Justin Tipping isn't in it just for 'Kicks'
At 16, Justin Tipping became a man — or that’s what his older brother told him. Tipping remembers rocking a fresh pair of white-on-white Nikes, known as Prestos, around his Bay Area neighborhood when a car full of guys noticed the shoes. He was “stomped out, beat down,” but able to keep his sneakers...
204 points by Los Angeles Times | Film Feature film Straight Outta Compton American Film Institute AFI Conservatory
Why Sony Pictures Classics Thinks Backing Female Directors is Good for Business and Art
When Tom Bernard and Michael Barker saw “Equity” at last winter’s Sundance Film Festival, they knew immediately that the thriller about women breaking Wall Street’s glass ceiling would tap into the zeitgeist — before reviews even hit, the Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents snapped up the movie and gamed out a release plan that saw the studio debuting the... Read more »
1400 points by Variety | Sony Pictures Entertainment Film Academy Award for Best Actress Sony Film director Sundance Film Festival Gender
A Border Patrol drug bust goes awry in powerfully taut 'Transpecos'
A seemingly routine inspection by U.S. Border Patrol officers in West Texas proves to have violent repercussions in “Transpecos,” an effectively moody, well-acted and impressively understated thriller by Greg Kwedar in his feature directing debut. It looks like just another day in the sun-drenched,...
215 points by Los Angeles Times | Canada – United States border United States Border Patrol U.S. Customs and Border Protection Borders of the United States Film English-language films Short film Mexican Drug War
Tim Burton’s Dark Sensibilities, Soft Touch Were Perfect for ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’
Tim Burton’s latest film, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” starring Eva Green and Asa Butterfield, will be released Sept. 30 by Fox. Based on Ransom Riggs’ 2011 novel by the same name, the pic centers on an orphan who falls under the tutelage of the mysterious Miss Peregrine. There he is chosen to protect... Read more »
323 points by Variety | Tim Burton Danny Elfman Children's literature Horror film Film Young adult literature Corpse Bride Edward Scissorhands
Nothing in the woeful drama 'Max Rose' will make the Jerry Lewis career-highlight reel
Given that 90-year-old show biz legend Jerry Lewis hasn’t been seen in a starring role since 1995’s “Funny Bones,” his lead turn in the drama “Max Rose” should be something of a big-screen event. Unfortunately, the movie, written and directed by Daniel Noah, is such a maudlin, ham-fisted dud, it...
2 points by Los Angeles Times | American film actors American comedians Film Jerry Lewis American Jews Los Angeles American television actors Dean Martin
Toronto: ‘Don’t Breathe’ Star Daniel Zovatto Joins John Cusack in Thriller ‘Misfortune’
“Don’t Breathe” star Daniel Zovatto has joined John Cusack and Willa Fitzgerald in the chase thriller “Misfortune” with filming starting Oct. 3 in Savannah, Ga. Radiant Films International made the announcement Thursday on the opening day of the Toronto Film Festival, where it is selling rights. Producers are Lee Nelson, David Buelow and David Tish... Read more »
196 points by Variety | Film Toronto International Film Festival Summation American film actors Serendipity Wilderness Recurring character Lucky McKee
John Hostetter, ‘Murphy Brown’ actor, dead at 69
Hostetter died Sept. 2 of complications resulting from a long battle with cancer       
-1 points by The Detroit News | NBC New York City Film Cornell University New York Rockefeller Center Associated Press Copyright
Toronto: Viola Davis Starring in Historical Drama ‘Personal History of Rachel Dupree’
Viola Davis will star in the historical drama “The Personal History of Rachel Dupree” opposite Mahershala Ali and Quvenzhané Wallis. GFM Films, JuVee Productions and SixtyFourSixty made the announcement Thursday on the opening day of the Toronto Film Festival, where the rights are for sale. The film will shoot next year with GFM Films co-financing... Read more »
175 points by Variety | Film Actor Toronto International Film Festival Movie theater Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress Film director Academy Award for Best Actor Denzel Washington
What the real Sully thinks about the Tom Hanks movie
On Jan. 15, 2009, Captain Chesley Sullenberger and co-pilot Jeff Skiles successfully set down their bird-damaged airliner on the river next to Manhattan, and all 155 people on board were soon safely off-loaded.
24 points by The Denver Post | US Airways Flight 1549 Chesley Sullenberger US Airways Clint Eastwood Airline Water landing LaGuardia Airport Film
Eerie 'The Fits' ushers in fall season at the DFT
Stylish debut from director Anna Rose Holmer inspired by real-life accounts of mass hysteria among young people        
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Sylvester Stallone Film Leonard Nimoy Horror film Star Trek Star Trek: The Original Series Spock Dolph Lundgren
Toronto: Relativity Launching Indie Division, Taps Mark Kassen as Co-President (EXCLUSIVE)
Relativity Media is launching R2 Entertainment, a new indie label aimed at fielding lower budgeted, platform releases. The company has tapped Mark Kassen to serve as the arm’s co-president and hopes to release a slate of films with budgets under $15 million. The division will leave the mid-budget wide releases to Relativity, and will both... Read more »
641 points by Variety | Film Susan Sarandon Film director Ralph Fiennes Toronto International Film Festival Studio Bernard and Doris Independent music
Oculus Virtual Reality Short Film ‘Henry’ Wins an Emmy
Facebook-owned Oculus just won its first Emmy: The virtual reality (VR) company’s Oculus Studio unit has been awarded the Emmy for Outstanding Original Interactive Program for its animated VR short film “Henry,” which was released for the Oculus Rift earlier this year. “Henry” is the story of a hedgehog that likes to hug. It’s narrated by Elijah Wood, and... Read more »
5796 points by Variety | Film Virtual reality Narrative Sleepy Hollow Short film Storytelling
'Blade Runner' sequel 'an insane project': Villeneuve
Canadian director Denis Villeneuve says making a sequel to 1982 cult film "Blade Runner", in which Harrison Ford hunted down humanoids, is "an insane project" but that it is one the way nonetheless.
75 points by | Cannes Film Festival Venice Film Festival The Little Prince Film English-language films Academy Award for Best Actor Film director Actor
'Don't Breathe' wins again as summer ends on strong
What had been a troubled US summer box office is ending on an upbeat note as Sony's horror-thriller "Don't Breathe" dominated the four-day Labour Day weekend with $19.6 million and "Suicide Squad" crossed the $300 million mark.
80 points by | Movie theater Warner Bros. Film Warner Bros. Records Summer Time Warner
Detroit-set shocker 'Antibirth' explores the horror beneath American drug culture
Detroit has provided a vivid backdrop to the terrific recent horror films “It Follows,” “Don’t Breathe” and “Only Lovers Left Alive,” but Michigan’s urban blight has never been as much of a malevolent character as it is in “Antibirth,” a queasy indie shocker about a young woman getting wasted in...
163 points by Los Angeles Times | Natasha Lyonne American film actors American television actors Horror and terror Film Horror films Horror film Urban decay
Study finds inequality unchanged in Hollywood
Despite widespread discussion about diversity in the movie business, a new study finds that little is changing in Hollywood for women, minorities, LGBT people and others who continue to find themselves on the outside of an industry where researchers say inequality is “the norm.”
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Transgender Woman Female Gender Male LGBT Sex Film
ITV Studios France Boss Francois Florentiny Exits
PARIS — Francois Florentiny, who spearheaded the launch of ITV Studios in France and presided over the Paris office for six years, is leaving the company. Florentiny will officially step down in two weeks and will announce his next career move in the run-up to next month’s Mipcom. “After six years leading ITV Studios France,... Read more »
7 points by Variety | Télévision Numérique Terrestre MC Cable Naxoo ITV Film Television program France 5 Cablecom
‘The Oliver Stone Experience’ Book Illuminates Controversial Director’s Career
Jammed with lengthy and insightful Q&As with two-time Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone, as well as news clippings, script pages, rare photos, and production memos, Matt Zoller Seitz’s 480-page book “The Oliver Stone Experience” is, like the filmmaker and his movies, obsessive and captivating. Even longtime fans of the polarizing but undeniably brilliant director might not... Read more »
100 points by Variety | Oliver Stone Film director Horror film Film Quentin Tarantino Steven Spielberg The Director Natural Born Killers
Melissa McCarthy’s Comedy ‘Life of the Party’ Adds Luke Benward
Luke Benward has boarded the New Line comedy “Life of the Party” starring Melissa McCarthy. He joins co-stars Julie Bowen, Maya Rudolph, Gillian Jacobs, Jacki Weaver, Debby Ryan, and Matt Walsh. The film is similar in tone to the late Rodney Dangerfield’s 1986 movie “Back to School.” The only other details to surface so far are McCarthy’s character name, Deanna,... Read more »
1834 points by Variety | American television actors American film actors Film Warner Bros. Rodney Dangerfield Producer Film producer Rover Dangerfield
James Cameron Talks ‘Toruk,’ ‘Avatar’ Sequels and What Hollywood Can Learn From Cirque du Soleil
There are clues about the “Avatar” sequels to be found in “Toruk,” the Cirque du Soleil “Avatar” prequel that lands tonight at Barclays Center in Brooklyn for a four-night run. Let James Cameron tell you what to look out for. “I love some of the costumes and hairstyles, so we might create a resonance there where you actually... Read more »
325 points by Variety | Cirque du Soleil James Cameron Avatar Film Franco Dragone 82nd Academy Awards Montreal Sequel
This year's Toronto International Film Festival will be socially charged
Follow the Toronto International Film Festival with the Los Angeles Times Sept. 7, 2016, 1:32 p.m. On Sept. 8, the 40th Toronto International Film Festival will kick off, and with it the annual awards-season derby that will end with the Academy Awards next February. Over the course of 10 days,...
72 points by Los Angeles Times | Academy Award Academy Award for Best Picture Film Racism Barack Obama Toronto International Film Festival Black people
Follow the Toronto International Film Festival with the Los Angeles Times
Follow the Toronto International Film Festival with the Los Angeles Times Sept. 7, 2016, 1:32 p.m. On Sept. 8, the 40th Toronto International Film Festival will kick off, and with it the annual awards-season derby that will end with the Academy Awards next February. Over the course of 10 days,...
18 points by Los Angeles Times | Academy Award Academy Award for Best Picture Film Leonardo DiCaprio Movie theater Titanic Citizen Kane Toronto International Film Festival