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whistleblower
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Days 8 and 9

Toronto Festival Diary: Days 8 and 9 The first film of day 8 was Blue Valentine.  Directed by Derek Cianfrance and starring Ryan Gosling and Michele Williams, this film... (Read More)

debt
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 7

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 7 It was Helen Mirren Day at TIFF, with a screening of John Madden’s The Debt in the morning and a screening of Rowan Joffe’s... (Read More)

another year
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 6

The first film of the day was Darren Aronofsky‚Äôs Black Swan. I attended a screening at the beautiful historic Elgin Theatre, which is the best theatre of the festival... (Read More)

127 hours 1
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 5

I attended a screening of Danny Boyle‚Äôs 127 Hours, starring James Franco. The film takes you on the true life adventurer Aron Ralston (Franco), who found himself fighting for... (Read More)

conspirator
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 4

There were two films on my itinerary today. The first film was Robert Redford‚Äôs The Conspirator. From a screenplay by James Solomon, the film stars James McAvoy and Robin... (Read More)

conviction
4 years ago

Toronto Festival Diary: Day 2 and 3

On Friday morning I attended a screening of Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go. Adapted by Alex Garland from the Kazuo Ishiguro novel, starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and... (Read More)

4 years ago

Renner, Just Happy to Be Here

In his first scene as Sgt. William James in Kathryn Bigelow‚Äôs much acclaimed The Hurt Locker, Jeremy Renner is sitting on his bed with a cigarette in hand listening... (Read More)