December 18, 2012
TORONTO — The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson’s 70mm drama about a battle of wills between a ravaged war veteran and the cult leader who offers him a place at his right hand, dominated the 2012 awards of the Toronto Film Critics Association. Anderson’s film took Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay, with co-star Philip Seymour Hoffman named […]
November 28, 2012
In an unprecedented act of support for Canadian cinema, Rogers Communications has made the TFCA’s Rogers Best Canadian Film Award by far the country’s richest film prize. The director of the winning film, voted by members of the TFCA, will receive $100,000 from Rogers. The two runners-up will each receive $5,000. The winner will be announced at the […]
November 9, 2012
If a friendship can be forged on differences, it speaks to my relationship with Ian Caddell – and the irony of (rightly) lionizing him for the Toronto Film Critics Association. Ian was born in Montreal and created a rich life for himself in Vancouver (though never in the financial sense) – two cities that could […]
August 31, 2012
Highlights of the 2011 Awards of the Toronto Film Critics Association, held at the Carlu Jan. 10, 2012.
January 11, 2012
Acceptance speeches sent to the 15th annual awards of the Toronto Film Critics Association by: Jessica Chastain (Best Supporting Actress for ‘Take Shelter’), Michael Shannon (Best Actor for ‘Take Shelter’) and Michelle Williams (Best Actress for ‘My Week with Marilyn’.
Montreal editor David Bertrand cut this montage of films brought to the screen by Canadian film pioneer and Cinepix co-founder John Dunning, who died last September at 84. On January 10, 2012, at the 15th annual gala of the Toronto Film Critics Awards, director David Cronenberg presented the Clyde Gilmour Award to Dunning’s son, Greg […]
A 6-min montage including all 28 winners and nominees from the 2011 Awards of the Toronto Film Critics Association, edited by Brian D. Johnson, TFCA President.
January 10, 2012
TORONTO – “Monsieur Lazhar”, Philippe Falardeau’s intimate tale of an insightful teacher who helps a classroom of Quebec children through a devastating loss, has won the Toronto Film Critics Association’s Rogers Best Canadian Film Award.The award was presented to Falardeau by Andrea Martin at a gala dinner held January 10 at the historic Carlu in […]