Helena Bonham Carter says making a movie about the rights of the mentally ill -- in her case the TIFF drama, 55 Steps -- remains important in 2017.
Glenn Close says she can’t relate that much to her character in the Swedish-British drama, The Wife, in which she plays the titular character.
Leave it to Gord Downie to end his music career – if last summer’s Tragically Hip Canadian tour was indeed their swansong – on a high note.
You can take Jim Carrey out of Toronto but you can’t take T.O. out of the Hollywood star.
At 72, guitar icon Eric Clapton is ready to retire. Sort of … maybe ... who the hell knows?
There were two Rachels Sunday night on the TIFF red carpet for Disobedience, which stars Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams as childhood friends who rekindle their romance in London’s Orthodox Jewish community.
His pal Josh Brolin took the biggest hit, but George Clooney had to sacrifice a lot of scenes he had already filmed to get the right tone in his wacko and wicked new film Suburbicon.
When Angelina Jolie turned up at the Toronto International Film Festival this weekend, your tax dollar was at work.
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