Monday, December 10, 2018

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH EVA GARDOS – DIRECTOR OF ‘BUDAPEST NOIR’

ABOUT EVA GARDOS:  Éva Gárdos is an award-winning film director and editor born in Hungary. Francis Ford Coppola gave Gardos her first job, working...
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eBOSS attended the opening of TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival

Today we attended the opening of TIFF's Canada's Top Ten Film Festival - here's our Promo with a preview of our interview with the...
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#TBFF17 Guest Speaker – Jennifer Holness – Producer and Screenwriter

Thinking of taking the upcoming Master Class with Jennifer Holness and Sudz Sutherland?  YES YOU SHOULD.  In this video Jennifer gives you a sneak...

Netflix to Bow Amanda Knox Doc, Films From Leonardo DiCaprio, Werner Herzog at Toronto...

Netflix is launching four documentary films at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, including one about Amanda Knox, the American woman who spent nearly...

Unique International Virtual Reality Film Festival to Launch Matador Ballroom

Festival of International Virtual & Augmented Reality Stories (FIVARS) is set for Sept. 14-16 (the final weekend of TIFF) and will mark the launch of the newly renovated and rescued historic Matador Ballroom

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH JON COHEN – DIRECTOR & WRITER OF ‘A SWINGERS WEEKEND’

A seemingly perfect couple plan a steamy swingers weekend. However things go wrong when a third couple drops in unexpectedly.
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NSI Features First-developed SuperGrid premieres at Calgary International Film Festival

SuperGrid was developed through NSI Features First in 2016 by producer Hugh Patterson and writer Todd McCauley. NSI Features First alumna Trinni Franke is also a producer on the film.
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Announcing the TIFF ’17 Award Winners

And the awards go to...

TIFF Soirée

  Wednesday, September 7 6pm TIFF Bell Lightbox | Reitman Square, 350 King Street West Buy Tickets Kick off the 41st Toronto International Film Festival at TIFF Soirée, where...

ALL THE TORONTO BARS WITH EXTENDED LAST CALL FOR INDIE WEEK

Indie Week has officially taken over Toronto and until Sunday, November 11, music fans can check out over 300 bands at over 25 venues throughout the city.

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