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Международный фестиваль кино в Торонто
История кинофестиваля в Торонто

Международный фестиваль кино в Торонто (TIFF) - один из самых престижных кинофестивалей мира, он проводится в Канаде с 1976 года, а его первое название – «Фестиваль Фестивалей». Первоначально на данном фестивале принимались к участию кинокартины, ранее уже представленные на других кинофестивалях мира, а местом проведения фестиваля являлся канадских город Йорквилл, впоследствии саму церемонию кинофестиваля перенесли в Торонто – один из крупнейших городов страны.

Особенности кинофестиваля в Торонто

Фестиваль в Торонто по традиции проходит ежегодно в сентябре, а его начало приурочено к первому понедельнику месяца, когда в Канаде празднуется День Труда. Кинофестиваль продолжается в течение одиннадцати дней, хотя награждение конкурсантов проводится уже на десятый вечер фестиваля, всегда выпадающий на субботу, а его последний день – это уже подведение его итогов, а также церемония закрытия фестиваля. В деловой части Торонто устанавливают 37 больших экранов, на которых и производится показ фильмов, представленных на конкурс. К участию в конкурсе принимаются и ретроспективы, и кинокартины, снятые на американской киностудии Голливуд, канадские фильмы, киноленты из стран Азии, Африки и Южной Америки.

Фестиваль в Торонто в настоящее время

Для многих кинолент участие в кинофестивале в Торонто является своего рода «разминкой» перед номинированием на самую известную американскую премию – «Оскар». Благодаря последовательной инвестиционной деятельности и продвижения его организаторами и спонсорами, фестиваль в Торонто превратился в жизненно важный компонент маркетинговой машины Голливуда.

Номинации и награды кинофестиваля в Торонто

Главный приз кинофестиваля достается полнометражным игровым кинофильмам, а победителя выбирает жюри, таких номинаций, как лучшие актеры и актрисы, на данном фестивале не существует. Приз зрительских симпатий выдается победителю по итогам рейтинга, который удается набрать той или иной киноленте. Рассматриваются и короткометражные фильмы как отдельная категория, несколько номинаций уделено канадскому кинематографу – отдельно для игровых и неигровых кинолент.
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Metric - "Between the Bars" (ELLIOTT SMITH COVER) | Lightbox Sessions | TIFF 2018
Carey Mulligan and Paul Dano joined us at TIFF '18 with their film WILDLIFE. While they were here, we sat them down in Studio 9 to have an honest conversation about the craft of acting, the films and performances that inspired them, how they worked together on the film, and more.In WILDLIFE, his striking directorial debut, actor Paul Dano joins a canon of filmmakers who have explored the meaning — and the cost — of the American dream. Collaborating with co-writer Zoe Kazan, Dano chooses for his version a coming-of-age story, set in the postwar American Midwest, told through a feminist lens.http://tiff.net

Carey Mulligan x Paul Dano | Actor x Actor Conversation | TIFF 2018
Director Barry Jenkins (IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK) discusses the films of Claire Denis, the power of her images, and the impact her films have had on him as a filmmaker.http://tiff.net

Barry Jenkins on the Power of Claire Denis’ Images | TIFF 2018
The author of It Doesn't Suck: Showgirls and the forthcoming The Coen Brothers: This Book Really Ties the Films Together discusses Joel and Ethan Coen's Oscar-winning modern classic, Fargo.After the studio-abetted excess and use-your-allusion flamboyance of The Hudsucker Proxy, Fargo represented a return to (blood) simplicity for Joel and Ethan Coen. The film was also a literal homecoming, drawing on the brothers' memories of their native Minnesota to conjure up a whited-out wasteland as visually striking as the desertscapes of Lawrence of Arabia (whose most famous image is satirized in the opening shot). Carter Burwell's plaintive, folk-inflected score immediately frames Fargo as an off-kilter fairy tale, with Frances McDormand's indelible, heavily pregnant police chief Marge Gunderson as its white knight, wandering bravely through a thicket of male wickedness: William H. Macy's white-collar embezzler, Harve Presnell's cheapskate patriarch, and Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare's flannel-clad mercenaries. The endlessly quotable original script ("I need unguent") and McDormand's performance as the wonderfully humane life force that is Marge both won Academy Awards, earning the Coens the industry traction they'd previously lacked. While Fargo is undeniably a classic on its own terms, its legacy may be the commercial and creative leeway it afforded its makers going forward.http://tiff.net

Lawful Good vs. Chaotic Evil in FARGO | TIFF 2018
Jonah Hill makes his directorial debut with this coming-of-age story about a teenage boy who finds his scene when he meets an eclectic group of neighbourhood skateboarders.Trust Jonah Hill to make a coming-of-age story that's wickedly irreverent and bursting with heart. The two-time Academy Award nominee's singular gifts as an actor translate seamlessly into his debut as writer-director. Mid90s is goofy, intelligent, and tender - and it might have you eyeing that skateboard collecting dust in the garage.Stevie (Sunny Suljic, The Killing of a Sacred Deer) is a sweet 13-year-old about to explode. His mom (Katherine Waterston, Inherent Vice) is loving and attentive, but a little too forthcoming about her romantic life. His big brother (Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges, also at the Festival in Boy Erased and Ben is Back) is a taciturn and violent bully. So Stevie searches his working-class Los Angeles suburb for somewhere to belong. He finds it at the Motor Avenue skate shop.Stevie's new friends are older and more experienced in everything that matters, like skateboarding, hip-hop, girls, and getting into trouble. Stevie seems so green but, disarmed by his earnestness and bravado - he'll attempt even the most insane stunts in an effort to be accepted - the Motor Avenue crew welcomes him into their fold. Their friendship gives Stevie an unprecedented sense of worth. It also places him in ever-scarier situations.Set to a connoisseur's soundtrack of '90s rock and rap, Mid90s captures the hijinks and hair-raising risk-taking of pre- digital-age teen life. Stevie's pals can be obnoxious one moment and exceptionally kind (even wise) the next. Employing brilliantly timed jump-cuts and a surprisingly spare aesthetic that owes as much to Fran

Jonah Hill on the Influences Behind Mid90s | TIFF 2018
Nollywood writer/director Genevieve Nnaji (LIONHEART) discusses the endless tales Nigerians and Africans have to tell, and the importance of telling these stories.The directorial debut of one of Africa’s biggest screen stars, Lionheart shows Nigeria’s Genevieve Nnaji taking full creative control of the kind of empowering story that endeared her to Nollywood audiences all over the world. The director and co-writer also stars in the film as Adaeze, a savvy businesswoman who is itching to take over the reins of her father’s transport enterprise. Blinded by sexism, Dad favours his son for the top job, forcing Adaeze to work even harder to realize her ambition without seeming to go against her father’s wishes; but when she discovers that the family company has a faulty financial foundation, she is finally compelled to take the driver’s seat. Fresh from its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, Nnaji’s vibrant and engaging drama evokes both King Lear and 9 to 5.http://tiff.net

LIONHEART's Genevieve Nnaji is creating "movies by us, for us" | TIFF 2018
Yaphet Kotto recounts being recognized by school children for his role in ALIEN and how Ridley Scott empowered a diverse set of characters from Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) to his role as Parker. Animation by Polyester Studio based on an on stage recording at TIFF in 2003.http://tiff.net

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