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REPORT: Toronto 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 44th Toronto Film Festival live with reviews, interviews, news...

REPORT: Toronto 2019
MIA Market reveals 2019 platform and partnership with Hot Docs

MIA Market reveals 2019 platform and partnership with Hot Docs

In Toronto, during TIFF 2019, Hot Docs and MIA Doc will sign a collaboration agreement in order to make the partnership official  

13/09 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Industry

Martin Eden wins the 2019 Toronto Platform Prize

Martin Eden wins the 2019 Toronto Platform Prize

Pietro Marcello’s film was awarded by a jury comprising Athina Rachel Tsangari, Carlo Chatrian and Jessica Kiang; other gongs went to Proxima and How to Build a Girl  

13/09 | Toronto 2019 | Awards

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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

Review: Ordinary Love

Review: Ordinary Love

Directorial duo Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s gentle look at a love that runs deeper than illness ultimately feels slight  

12/09 | Toronto 2019 | Special Presentations