TIFF needs more women
Angela Robinson's Professor Marston & the Wonder Women is a middle-brow, ever-blushing, exceedingly conventional portrait of the unconventional family helmed by Olive Byrne, Elizabeth Marston and William Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, who ...
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TIFF 2017 Review: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' is a Worthy People's Choice Award Winner
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My peers and I were shocked. Not because Three Billboards is an unworthy winner – it is perhaps the most worthy TIFF award winner in many years – but instead due to the film's subject matter. The most recent award winners include La La Land, Room, The ...
TIFF 2017: Louis CK vents his straight white sexism in I Love You, Daddy
TIFF is ground zero for the fall Oscar race, and it's often the case that the following year's best picture winner can be predicted based on a movie's reception at this festival. In 2016, for example, it was already evident that either Moonlight and La ...
Award at 42nd TIFF advertises 'Three Billboards' as a real favorite
The fact remains, though, that eight of last the nine winners have gone on to Best Picture Academy Award nominations, including "The Room" and "La La Land" the last two years, as well as such actual Oscar winners as "Slumdog Millionaire," The King's ...
'Call Me By Your Name', 'The Shape of Water', and 'Professor Marston' bring the heat to TIFF
Or the lack of any sex at all in this year's other frontrunner, La La Land – despite the fact that La La Land was all about the love between two extremely attractive adults. But this year could be different, or at least it looks that way from Toronto ...
'Three Billboards' Wins Vaunted TIFF Audience Award; Midnight Madness Goes to 'Bodied'
This year's TIFF didn't really have a breakaway success as far as the awards game is concerned. There were films that got a fair amount of praise, but no one really became the clear frontrunner in the Oscar race like in past years when La La Land and ...
McDonaugh's “Three Billboards” wins TIFF audience award
Many People Choice winners have taken home the Academy Awards' top honor, including "12 Years a Slave," ''The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire." "La La Land" last year took Toronto's big prize but it lost to "Moonlight" for best picture. This ...