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Toronto 2017


49 articles available in total starting from 26/07/2017. Last article published on 19/12/2017.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri bewitches audiences at Toronto

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri bewitches audiences at Toronto

TORONTO 2017: Call Me by Your Name by Luca Guadagnino was the second runner-up at the gathering, while Clio Barnard’s Dark River received a Special Mention  

18/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Awards

Euphoria: There is no happy ending

Euphoria: There is no happy ending

TORONTO 2017: Lisa Langseth helms her third consecutive collaboration with Alicia Vikander, a sensitive drama co-starring Eva Green and Charlotte Rampling  

15/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Platform

C'est la vie!: “Let’s just calm down, and adapt”

C'est la vie!: “Let’s just calm down, and adapt”

TORONTO 2017: Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano present an accomplished ensemble/social comedy, a meticulously crafted film that exudes both humour and humanity  

15/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Closing

Review: Dark River

Review: Dark River

TORONTO 2017: Clio Barnard’s third feature is a captivating emotional drama that explores the subject of sexual abuse  

15/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Platform

Valley of Shadows: A monster calls

Valley of Shadows: A monster calls

TORONTO 2017: Norwegian filmmaker Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen’s debut film is a Gothic horror story about a monster that feeds off a young boy’s fear, grief and shyness  

15/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Discovery

Thelma: Love can tear you apart

Thelma: Love can tear you apart

TORONTO 2017: Joachim Trier and Eskil Vogt deliver a supernatural coming-of-age lesbian thriller that transcends genres and reality  

15/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Special Presentations

Disobedience: A passion for freedom

Disobedience: A passion for freedom

TORONTO 2017: Sebastián Lelio delivers a slow-burning drama that follows the aftermath of passion between the lead characters, portrayed by Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams  

14/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Special Presentations

Barbara Albert  • Director

Interview: Barbara Albert • Director

“We talk a lot about assimilation and seem to forget about diversity”

TORONTO 2017: Acclaimed Austrian director Barbara Albert explained her fifth feature, Mademoiselle Paradis, to Cineuropa San Sebastian 2017 - Competition  

14/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Platform

French company announcements and sales at Toronto

French company announcements and sales at Toronto

TORONTO 2017: Juliette Binoche is cast in two films in Wild Bunch’s line-up, while business is going well for Bac Films, Wide Management and MK2  

14/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Market

The Swan: A coming-of-age fable with hints of magical realism

The Swan: A coming-of-age fable with hints of magical realism

TORONTO 2017: Adapting the acclaimed novel of the same name, debutant Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir creates a fragile story of maturity and self-exploration set in the natural wilderness of Iceland  

13/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Discovery

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