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Toronto 2019


167 articles available in total starting from 31/10/2018. Last article published on 23/09/2019.

Maria Sødahl  • Director of Hope

Interview: Maria Sødahl • Director of Hope

“One should never take love for granted”

We caught up with Norway’s Maria Sødahl to discuss her Toronto-premiered emotionally fragile love story Hope  

16/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Review: The Aeronauts

Review: The Aeronauts

The rewriting of history doesn't help Tom Harper's miscast balloon drama that is ultimately full of hot air  

16/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Galas

MIA market reveals 2019 platform and partnership with Hot Docs

MIA market reveals 2019 platform and partnership with Hot Docs

Hot Docs and MIA Doc will sign in Toronto a collaboration agreement in order to make the partnership official  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Industry

A recap of French sales agents’ main announcements at Toronto

A recap of French sales agents’ main announcements at Toronto

Julia Ducournau’s Titane has joined the ranks of Wild Bunch, Filippo Meneghetti’s Two Of Us smiles favourably on Doc & Film, Marco Dutra goes to Indie Sales and Pulsar Content takes flight  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Industry

Review: Disco

Review: Disco

Norway’s Jorunn Myklebust Syversen sings, “Ooh, see that girl, watch that scene, digging the Christian dancing queen”  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Discovery

Pat Collins  • Director of Henry Glassie: Field Work

Interview: Pat Collins • Director of Henry Glassie: Field Work

“The way we were shooting the film echoed the way Henry worked”

Cineuropa chatted to Irish helmer Pat Collins, whose documentary Henry Glassie: Field Work revolves around the renowned American scholar  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Maria’s Paradise

Review: Maria’s Paradise

Finnish filmmaker Zaida Bergroth proves her versatility with a period drama that suffers from a lacklustre central performance  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Henry Glassie: Field Work

Review: Henry Glassie: Field Work

Veteran Irish helmer Pat Collins’ new documentary favours an observational approach as it paints a unique portrait of the titular American scholar  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Rocks

Review: Rocks

Sarah Gavron's new film revolves around the friendship between female schoolgirls in London's East End – and it rocks  

13/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

Alice Winocour  • Director of Proxima

Interview: Alice Winocour • Director of Proxima

“You can be a good mother and a good astronaut”

On a rooftop overlooking the Toronto Film Festival, Cineuropa chatted to Alice Winocour about her new film Proxima, starring Eva Green, Sandra Hüller and Matt Dillon  

12/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

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