• ‘First Man' Gets Bigger and Bolder in Toronto IMAX Premiere

    2 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    Damien Chazelle's “First Man” has already won over critics and crowds in Venice and Telluride, but the Neil Armstrong story found a little something extra for its Toronto International Film Festival debut on Sunday: A really, really big screen.
    The film screened on Sunday afternoon in the Ontario Place Cinesphere, the world's first dedicated IMAX theater, which is located in a geodesic dome in Lake Ontario.
    The official TIFF premiere takes place on Monday in the Princess of Wales Theatre, but the IMAX screening was a bonus, and the world premiere of the format in which part of the movie...
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  • ‘Giant Little Ones' Director & Stars On The “Fluidity Of Love” - Toronto Studio

    2 monthes ago - By Deadline

    Bringing his first feature to the Toronto Film Festival in 2002, Keith Behrman is back this year with Giant Little Ones , a film inspired by tragic events in recent Canadian history.
    “About five years ago in Canada, kind of in a month, there were about three or four kids who committed suicide because they were being harassed at school for being gay, or being perceived as gay,” Behrman recalled, sitting down today at Deadline's Toronto Studio. “I was talking to a friend of...
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