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Chris Reed’s Top Five Narrative Fiction Films from TIFF 2018

Following my piece on my favorite documentaries at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), here are my Top 5 favorite fiction features, in alphabetical order, again with brief capsule reviews of each, most of which are adaptations of longer … Continue reading

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Chris Reed’s Top Five Documentaries from TIFF 2018

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) was founded in 1976, as the Festival of Festivals, and adopted its current name in 1995. It is held annually in September and is often a venue (along with Telluride) for the films that … Continue reading

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Winners 2010 Toronto International Film Festival

The complete list of winners at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival are below. Cadillac People’s Choice Award: The King’s Speech Directed by Tom Hooper

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Film Reviews: Toronto International Film Festival 2009

The Damned United Directed by Tom Hooper One of the most dangerous things that a writer could do is a novel about real people who are still alive. In 2006, David Peace did just that with “The Damned Utd” the … Continue reading

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Toronto FF Highlights Canadian Crème Of The Crop

While the Toronto International Film Festival, which opens next week, is the very definition of an international event, with almost every filmmaking country on the planet represented somewhere in its vast program, it has a special place in its heart for … Continue reading

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