The Toronto International Film Festival of 2012 is officially over and while we had a great time and saw a lot of different movies, it was definitely a far more bittersweet experience than past years, maybe because we didn’t feel there was an Up in the Air or No Country for Old Men or Slumdog Millionaire or 127 Hours in the bunch – a movie that’s guaranteed to be… Continue reading Toronto Film Festival 2012 Wrap-Up and 'Best of the Fest'
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On the final day of the Toronto International Film Festival, the biggest celebrities are the filmmakers (and we don’t mean George Clooney and Madonna). Gareth Evans, right, directed action thriller The Raid, which won the People’s Choice Award for the Midnight Madness section, and seems very happy about it. (See a link to Christopher Campbell’s review of the movie, which generated a tremendous amount of… Continue reading Toronto 2011 in 60 Seconds: A Collection of All Our Coverage
A busy new star makes time for her fans, two more deals are announced, and a wave of festival roundups begin.
Jessica Chastain, above, signed autographs before the gala screening of Take Shelter at the Toronto International Film Festival last night. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images.) The actress, who appears in seven (?!) films this year, including the currently showing The Help and The Debt