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Toronto 2018


69 articles available in total starting from 24/07/2018. Last article published on 24/09/2018.

Review: Out of Blue

Review: Out of Blue

TORONTO 2018: British director Carol Morley adapts Martin Amis’s Night Train with mixed results  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Platform

Camilla Strøm Henriksen • Director

Interview: Camilla Strøm Henriksen • Director

“The children give us a strong feeling of hope at the end”

TORONTO 2018: Norway’s Camilla Strøm Henriksen makes a Scandinavian tradition untraditional in her feature debut, Phoenix  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Float Like a Butterfly

Review: Float Like a Butterfly

TORONTO 2018: Irish director Carmel Winters delivers plenty of blows as she tackles toxic masculinity in a picturesque Ireland  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Widows

Review: Widows

TORONTO 2018: Steve McQueen offers a classy Friday-night popcorn movie with a few blemishes, screening as a Gala Presentation  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Galas

Green Book emerges triumphant at Toronto and eyes the Oscars

Green Book emerges triumphant at Toronto and eyes the Oscars

TORONTO 2018: European co-productions snagged the Platform Prize and FIPRESCI Awards as well as the Eurimages Audentia Award for Best Female Director  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Awards

Rosanne Pel  • Director

Interview: Rosanne Pel • Director

“I wanted to make a film closer to the authenticity of life”

TORONTO 2018: We chatted to Dutch filmmaker Rosanne Pel to discuss the serious topic of sexual abuse that she tackles in her feature debut, Light as Feathers  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Where Hands Touch

Review: Where Hands Touch

TORONTO 2018: Amma Asante denounces racial intolerance in Nazi Germany with a story of forbidden love between a black teenager and a member of the Hitler Youth  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Special Presentations

Review: The Most Beautiful Couple

Review: The Most Beautiful Couple

TORONTO 2018: German filmmaker Sven Taddicken directs a dramatic thriller about a sexual assault, leading a couple to walk a tightrope between justice and revenge  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: ANIARA

Review: ANIARA

TORONTO 2018: Pella Kågerman and Hugo Lilja’s feature debut is a nihilistic ode to humankind’s existentialism, as the apocalypse edges closer than ever  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Joël Karekezi • Director

Interview: Joël Karekezi • Director

"The jungle, the film's real character, questions the absurdity of war"

TORONTO 2018: We met up with Joël Karekezi, whose second feature film, The Mercy of the Jungle, had its world premiere in the Discovery section at Toronto Film Festival  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

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