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  • Toronto: Cory Monteith's 'All The Wrong Reasons' Wins Discovery Award

    Director Gia Milani has won the Grolsch Film Works Discovery Award and C$10,000 for her debut feature "All The Wrong Reasons," which tells the entangled stories of four big-box store employees and features one of the final screen performances of...
  • 'Gravity' just might exert its pull on Oscar voters

    'Gravity' just might exert its pull on Oscar voters
    After wowing festival audiences in Telluride and Venice, Sunday's gala premiere of Alfonso Cuaron's stunning space survival story, "Gravity," became the hot ticket at the Toronto International Film Festival. That will happen when no less than James...
  • '12 Years a Slave' Wins Toronto Film Festival's Top Audience Award

    Toronto - British director Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" has won the Toronto film festival's top audience prize, it was announced Sunday at the event's awards brunch. Stephen Frears' "Philomena" and Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoners" were first and...
  • Toronto: Oscar Race Blossoms With New Entries

    The 38th Toronto Film Festival wraps Sunday, boasting screenings of plentiful awards contenders, including the addition of at least three pics to the mix: "August: Osage County," "Dallas Buyers Club" and "Rush." All earned best-pic Oscar predictions from...
  • Crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford makes U.S. pols look good

    Thank you, Rob Ford. Thank you for making American politicians look so good. It’s almost as though the mayor of Toronto was planted north of the border just to make the American citizenry think to itself: “Hey, we thought our guys were...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he'll seek reelection, not rehab

    Toronto city leaders on Wednesday urged disgraced Mayor Rob Ford to resign or take a leave of absence to "address your challenges privately," calling his admissions to smoking crack cocaine a distraction and a stain on the city's reputation. But the...
  • Frontieres' Genre Film Mart Expands to Europe

    PARIS -- Frontieres Intl. Co-Production Market, a genre film forum which has held its first two editions at Montreal-set Fantasia film fest, will soon be expanding its reach to Europe, with a third order scheduled to take place in Brussels on April 10-12....
  • Toronto City Council votes to strip Mayor Rob Ford of key powers

    Toronto City Council members voted overwhelmingly Friday to strip Mayor Rob Ford of his powers of appointment and emergency rule, an act of damage control as the leader of Canada's biggest city continues to provoke scandal and revulsion. The City...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford remains defiant despite gutted authority

    A new episode in Canada's political soap opera aired Monday when the Toronto City Council voted to strip Mayor Rob Ford of much of his budget and staff, an act of frustration by a governing body lacking the legal authority to remove the foul-mouthed,...
  • Best of Toronto: Variety Critics Look Past the Oscar Hype

    PETER DEBRUGE: Looking back on 11 days and several hundred movies, it's somewhat disheartening to realize this is the year that Oscar hype all but overwhelmed the Toronto Film Festival. Things have been gradually building up to this, considering that...
  • Death of Cory Monteith makes film successes 'bittersweet'

    Filmmaker Josh Waller spent the better part of the last decade trying to get his crime thriller "McCanick" made. Over the years, its budget shrunk from $10 million to less than $500,000. Actors fell off the project. The film's location shifted from New...