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  • TIFF announces more titles, including closing-night gala
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced another five galas, including closing-night film Paco Cabezas’s action-romance Mr. Right, starring Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick. TIFF runs from Sept. 10 to 20. Also announced were 19 additional Special Presentation titles. Among them, Gaby Dellal’s family drama About Ray, starring Elle Fanning[…]

  • Vancouver film Violent looking at Oscars contention
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    Vancouver-made film Violent, the top winner at this year’s Leo Awards, is being considered to represent Canada at the 2016 Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Produced by Vancouver production company Amazing Factory and directed by newcomer Andrew Huculiak, the film will be screening for seven consecutive[…]

  • A VR film festival is coming to Canada this fall
    Tuesday August 18th 2015

    With VR headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift set to their make their way into consumer homes over the year, the era of virtual reality is set to start in earnest. Like all technologies, however, first generation virtual reality headsets won’t be affordable and easily accessible. It’s a[…]

  • Sony F-Series Video Launched this week on TO411Daily
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    Check out the technical and artistic commentary on an extremely popular line of 4K Sony cameras; The established F55 and F5 line and the modestly priced FS7. The FS7, according to rental houses we spoke with is quickly becoming the most popular “Indie” and “corporate” camera rental in Canada. The[…]

  • TIFF’s Platform program gets ready for judging: 12 films
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    TIFF’s new competitive program Platform, Toronto’s bid for a juried trophy hunt similar to the Palme d’Or race in Cannes, now has movies to go with its name. The 12 globe-spanning films announced Thursday by the Toronto International Film Festival for next month’s annual event span both the globe and[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • TIFF announces more titles, including closing-night gala
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced another five galas, including closing-night film Paco Cabezas’s action-romance Mr. Right, starring Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick. TIFF runs from Sept. 10 to 20. Also announced were 19 additional Special Presentation titles. Among them, Gaby Dellal’s family drama About Ray, starring Elle Fanning[…]

  • Vancouver film Violent looking at Oscars contention
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    Vancouver-made film Violent, the top winner at this year’s Leo Awards, is being considered to represent Canada at the 2016 Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Produced by Vancouver production company Amazing Factory and directed by newcomer Andrew Huculiak, the film will be screening for seven consecutive[…]

  • A VR film festival is coming to Canada this fall
    Tuesday August 18th 2015

    With VR headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift set to their make their way into consumer homes over the year, the era of virtual reality is set to start in earnest. Like all technologies, however, first generation virtual reality headsets won’t be affordable and easily accessible. It’s a[…]

  • Sony F-Series Video Launched this week on TO411Daily
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    Check out the technical and artistic commentary on an extremely popular line of 4K Sony cameras; The established F55 and F5 line and the modestly priced FS7. The FS7, according to rental houses we spoke with is quickly becoming the most popular “Indie” and “corporate” camera rental in Canada. The[…]

  • TIFF’s Platform program gets ready for judging: 12 films
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    TIFF’s new competitive program Platform, Toronto’s bid for a juried trophy hunt similar to the Palme d’Or race in Cannes, now has movies to go with its name. The 12 globe-spanning films announced Thursday by the Toronto International Film Festival for next month’s annual event span both the globe and[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • TIFF announces more titles, including closing-night gala
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced another five galas, including closing-night film Paco Cabezas’s action-romance Mr. Right, starring Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick. TIFF runs from Sept. 10 to 20. Also announced were 19 additional Special Presentation titles. Among them, Gaby Dellal’s family drama About Ray, starring Elle Fanning[…]

  • Vancouver film Violent looking at Oscars contention
    Wednesday August 19th 2015

    Vancouver-made film Violent, the top winner at this year’s Leo Awards, is being considered to represent Canada at the 2016 Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Produced by Vancouver production company Amazing Factory and directed by newcomer Andrew Huculiak, the film will be screening for seven consecutive[…]

  • A VR film festival is coming to Canada this fall
    Tuesday August 18th 2015

    With VR headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift set to their make their way into consumer homes over the year, the era of virtual reality is set to start in earnest. Like all technologies, however, first generation virtual reality headsets won’t be affordable and easily accessible. It’s a[…]

  • Sony F-Series Video Launched this week on TO411Daily
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    Check out the technical and artistic commentary on an extremely popular line of 4K Sony cameras; The established F55 and F5 line and the modestly priced FS7. The FS7, according to rental houses we spoke with is quickly becoming the most popular “Indie” and “corporate” camera rental in Canada. The[…]

  • TIFF’s Platform program gets ready for judging: 12 films
    Thursday August 13th 2015

    TIFF’s new competitive program Platform, Toronto’s bid for a juried trophy hunt similar to the Palme d’Or race in Cannes, now has movies to go with its name. The 12 globe-spanning films announced Thursday by the Toronto International Film Festival for next month’s annual event span both the globe and[…]

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