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Toronto 2020


14 articles available in total starting from 30/07/2020. Last article published on 18/09/2020.

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French sales agents ride high in Toronto in virtual fashion

French sales agents ride high in Toronto in virtual fashion

New projects and sales deals have notably been struck by Pathé International, StudioCanal, mk2 Films, Kinology, Charades, Memento, Playtime, Indie Sales, Luxbox and Pulsar Content  

18/09 | Toronto 2020

Review: Lift Like a Girl

Review: Lift Like a Girl

Mayye Zayed’s debut feature-length documentary centres on young women with dreams of becoming weightlifting champions  

18/09 | Toronto 2020 | TIFF Docs

Review: Falling

Review: Falling

Viggo Mortensen's directorial debut is being feted at San Sebastián, where the actor-director is receiving a Donostia Award for Lifetime Achievement  

18/09 | San Sebastián 2020 | Donostia Award Screenings

Review: Downstream to Kinshasa

Review: Downstream to Kinshasa

Dieudo Hamadi follows skilfully and respectfully in the footsteps of a group of survivors devastated by war and demanding reparations, in a documentary awarded the Cannes 2020 Official Selection Label  

17/09 | Toronto 2020 | Special Screenings

Review: Monday

Review: Monday

Storming performances from Denise Gough and Sebastian Stan are at the heart of Argyris Papadimitropoulos's exhilarating Greek romance  

17/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Nicolas Maury • Director of My Best Part

Interview: Nicolas Maury • Director of My Best Part

"As Cocteau used to say: too much is just about enough for me"

Nicolas Maury discusses his transition to film direction via My Best Part, which was awarded the Cannes Official Selection Label and has now been presented in Toronto’s Industry Selects line-up  

17/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Review: The Monopoly of Violence

Review: The Monopoly of Violence

David Dufresne delivers a powerful documentary dissecting the current philosophy behind law enforcement and questioning the legitimacy of the disproportionate use of violence  

15/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Review: Spring Blossom

Review: Spring Blossom

Suzanne Lindon’s feature debut is a very refreshing film, packed with references yet original, about a Parisian teenager’s awakening to love  

14/09 | Toronto 2020 | Discovery

Review: A Good Man

Review: A Good Man

Touching on a very delicate subject, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar explore with great empathy the desire for children of a trans man incredibly played by Noémie Merlant  

11/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

Review: My Best Part

Review: My Best Part

Nicolas Maury moves into film direction with panache, delivering a melancholy comedy that’s both funny and moving about an anxious, jealous actor struggling with his uniqueness and discontentment  

11/09 | Toronto 2020 | Industry Selects

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