Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival News

43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 8: Roma, Cuaron’s masterly slice of life, is the best film at TIFF 2018

Many filmmakers before Alfonso Cuaron have tried to capture real life while keeping the life-like essence intact. Given the number of failures and also-rans, we know just how hard it can be. Roma does it so beautifully, without calling attention to its craft, that it is mesmeric.

43rd Toronto International Film Festival - Day 5: Life and Times

From Barry Jenkins’s If Beale Street Could Talk to Gaspar Noe’s Climax and Steve McQueen’s Widows, Toronto International Film Festival presented a sensorium of sound and visuals.


43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 2: Coming of age in Assam, Cold War love and an Icelandic eco-warrior

Rima Das’ Bulbul Can Sing proves just how much can be achieved on a shoestring budget if the vision is true. And that Das is a major Indian talent.

43rd Toronto International Film Festival: Some films to remember on a hectic opening day

43rd Toronto International Film Festival Day 1: The Wild Pear Tree, the latest offering from Turkish maestro Nuri Bilge Ceylan, is deeply political, taking gentle but decisive swipes at a country in turmoil, and people trying to live with their conscience.

Priyanka Chopra trolled for saying Sikkim 'is troubled with insurgency'

Priyanka Chopra, in one of her interviews at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival, said that Sikkim "is troubled by insurgency" and that Pahuna, the Sikkimese film produced by her, "is the first film ever to come out of that region". The actress was called out for misinformation on both statements on social media.

I'm in love: Ellen Page

Ellen Page could not stop gushing about girlfriend Samantha Thomas during their first red carpet appearance together at Toronto International Film Festival.


Braving the World

In her directorial debut that travels to TIFF Kids next month, Seemaa Desai turns the idea of a genie on its head

Emraan Hashmi starrer Tigers to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival

The Emraan Hashmi starrer Tigers, with which the actor makes his international debut premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8

Man who stopped Lagaan march at Oscars is back with his latest — a made in India film

“How can I put it? I am happy to be known in India even if it’s for the wrong reasons,” says the Tanovic.

People with disability have a masti side to them too: Filmmaker Shonali Bose

Shonali Bose’s film about a girl with cerebral palsy looks at changing the myths surrounding specially-abled people