All posts tagged "TIFF"
Matthew Rhys Had No Idea Who Mr. Rogers Was Before A Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodNovember 14, 2019
People pause when they speak for all sorts of reasons: for dramatic effect, because they forget...
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Scaring Up Funds: How to Acquire Investors When Your Movie’s in Horror, the Most Profitable Genre of Them AllNovember 14, 2017
We’ve all heard the stories. Paranormal Activity, a film with a budget slightly less than a...
“Trimming the Fat”: A Slimmer TIFF 2017 Lineup Still Offers a Robust Selection of Quality ProgrammingSeptember 28, 2017
This year, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) chose to cut the number of films it...
How They Did It: Why Storyboarding was Crucial to Creating the Gothic Big House of The LodgersSeptember 8, 2017
A brief history lesson: After the Cromwellian invasion of Ireland in the 17th century, when Irish land was...
No Risk of Cliché: The Unorthodox Methods of Director Albert Serra Pay Off in The Death of Louis XIVApril 5, 2017
The contrast between absolute power and total impotence is the thematic core of Albert Serra’s latest...
The Great Invisible: With Personal Shopper, Olivier Assayas Makes Serious Stabs at the SupernaturalMarch 7, 2017
Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper is an attempt to evaluate cinema’s potential to represent and reflect upon...
Chewing on What it Means to be Human: Raw Director Julia Ducournau on Her Cannibalistic Coming of Age MovieMarch 6, 2017
Accidentally seeing The Texas Chain Saw Massacre at the age of six is the perfect origin...
Slaying the Horror Festival Circuit: How To Navigate the Deep, Dark Maze of North American Horror Film FestivalsDecember 13, 2015
No continent in the world hosts as many horror film festivals as North America, so the...