TIFF 2017: Angela Robinson on PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN — Pam Grady Interviews (Exclusive)

One of the happy surprises of Toronto International Film Festival 2017, Angela Robinson’s Professor Marston and the Women, may share

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TIFF 2017: Best and Noteworthy Films — Julide Tanriverdi comments

It’s the one question that people keep asking you after you return from a film festival: Which movie did you

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TIFF 2017: Of Evil Mothers, Courageous Women and Oscars Buzz!– Julide Tanriverdi reports

Actresses showed impressive range in a variety of roles at this year’s TIFF. Sure, people were talking about the incredible

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At TIFF: New Zealand’s Maori Women Directors talk WARU — Gill Pringle reports

Told from the viewpoint of nine female filmmakers, Waru is the first feature film from New Zealand to be made by Maori women since Mereta Mita’s Mauri almost 30 years ago. Eight female Maori directors each contributed a ten minute vignette, presented as a continuous shot in real time, that unfolds around the tangi (funeral) of a small boy (Waru) who died at the hands of his caregiver.

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Digging Deeper into Toronto Festival Films – An Overview by Janice Page

Toronto International Film Festival was overrun with big movies about and by Bostonians. While headlines were grabbed by predictable awards-season

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TIFF 2014, An Overview – Julide Tanriverdi Reports

TIFF 14 presented a program of films covering a wide range of stories and themes., including everything from insane revenge plots to stories about a genius codebreaker and women with Alzheimer’s. TIFF showed over 350 films. Usually known for programming a distinguished selection of films that paves the way to the award season, this year TIFF was a bit overshadowed by other festivals. Read on…

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