Articles Tagged ‘Toronto International Film Festival’
In time for its presentation as the Copenhangen International Documentary Film Festival’s opening film, filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer (pictured) tells realscreen about his “observational documentary of the imagination.”
Artifact (pictured), a documentary following actor Jared Leto and his rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, has picked up the People’s Choice Documentary Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
HBO Documentary Films completed its second deal at the Toronto International Film Festival, acquiring U.S. TV rights to Liz Garbus’s hit TIFF doc Love, Marilyn (pictured).
Actor and rocker Jared Leto (pictured) tells realscreen how a US$30 million lawsuit turned what was supposed to be a ‘making of’ about his band 30 Seconds to Mars’s third album into Artifact, a feature documentary about the decline of the music industry.
Tribeca Film has acquired the U.S. rights to Matthew Cooke’s doc How to Make Money Selling Drugs (pictured), which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last week.
Academy Award-winning doc director Alex Gibney (pictured) returns to the Toronto International Film Festival this year, with a film telling the story of a group of deaf men who launched one of the first clerical sex abuse protests in the U.S.
Swiss-Canadian filmmaker Peter Mettler’s documentary The End of Time (pictured) has been picked up by First Run Features for U.S. distribution, with deals also penned with distributors in Poland and Australia.
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