It is 10-day film festival which launch for the goal of distributing Hollywood’s award.
At the same time, he commits random acts of destruction – dismantling household appliances as if trying to pry apart his world.
Norris, who played DEA agent Hank Schrader opposite Cranston’s unforgettable Walter White, is in Toronto to promote his role in the new Atom Egoyan thriller “Remember“. But it also revolves around a character who, while rather amusing, is also rather unlikable. Plummer says he’s never tackled a character like this before.
An sudden reference to a merchandising machine firm’s customer support worker, performed by Naomi Watts, ultimately helps him categorical his grief. The Danish drama “Land of Mine”, which will make its world premiere on Thursday as part of another new sidebar called Platform, tells a little-known story about German prisoners conscripted into defusing land mines after the war that one could easily imagine as a tasteful series on HBO or PBS.
The dancing takes place on a commuter train platform, in an elevator and on the streets of Manhattan among real people, not just extras.
Almost 400 films will be screened at the festival over the next 11 days.
Bring on the stars!
Gyllenhaal’s arrival at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall was met with deafening screams from fans who had been waiting for hours in the heat. Davis is a successful investment banker who struggles to live normally after losing his wife in a vehicle crash.
The official opening night time premiere is “Demolition”, the newest from the Quebecois filmmaker and “Dallas Consumers Membership” director Jean-Marc Vallee.
In any Tim Hortons coffee shop you step into – and, trust me, there are plenty from which to choose – Toronto global Film Festival is the topic du jour, and not just the star sightings and celebrity buzz, but the films themselves. “It’s a handsome thing that he’s done”. “They definitely know what they want”. “Demolition” won’t hit theaters until April, and “Where to Invade Next” is being shopped for buyers.
“The Forbidden Room – A Living Poster” was the first of a day’s worth of public screenings.
Oscar victor Natalie Portman is gearing up for a benchmark year as she debuted her writing and directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, at the festival.
A hot ticket Thursday night was an onstage conversation with “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner.
Of the two, Moore’s documentary held more surprises.
“He was able to, with the actor, work to completely immerse that actor in the character, ‘” said Toronto Film Festival’s Cameron Bailey.