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Attagirl to launch careers of more women, trans and non-binary folk

For Film's Sake enters the second year of the Attagirl incubator program.

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Canada's magic potion for culture

Canada provides much better support to their arts and screen sectors than Australia. What are we doing wrong?

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Toronto: now open to international shorts

One of the many announcements made in Berlin to escape our notice at the time was from Toronto's Artistic Director…

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Film Competition: Toronto tempts short filmmakers with tasty prize

Tasty is a good name for this prize set because the whole thing is sponsored by Grolsch, which is owned…

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post-TIFF 2013: too big for indies and foreign films to cut through?

László Kriston reflects on a festival growing like a vast cloud to obscure the sun of true art, and the…

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IMAX: Chairman & President Greg Foster has attack of frankness with home-town audience

What is it like to control the wild card in the pack of international exhibition? László Kriston found IMAX supremo…

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Participant Media: Jeff Skoll goes out to save the world, with movies

The movie trade is not just a strange, seething morass of greed and idealism, it can also prove that greed…

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Toronto 2013: going around the block and beyond the edge - the good oil on whole fest from true insi

László Kriston, professional festival devotee, interviews Jane Scboettle, festival powerhouse. With formal responsibility for our region, she discusses the fate…

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Toronto: 2013: Felony feels the benefits of Beneroya

That one of Hollywood’s leading venture capitalists was funding almost half of a mainstream Aussie movie’s budget is concrete proof…

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Toronto 2013: what won what for who

Steve McQueen is breaking towards the mainstream and Oscar contention with 12 Years a Slave. In a brutally competitive field,…

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