For public relations people, TIFF is the busiest time of the year. You would be hard-pressed to find a PR person who dares to leave the city on Labour Day weekend – there is simply too much work that needs...
The first weekend of TIFF is officially over, and it is safe to assume that most of the city is moving in a slower pace than normal. It has certainly been a whirlwind five days, as we kicked the festival off early on Wednesday night with the Producerâ€™s Ball and the Young Filmmakers Party
TIFF is in full swing, the city overtaken by celebrities with parties around the clock. We were on the red carpet during festival kick-off to snap up some shots of the stars arriving in Toronto, including local and international talent alike
When people think of the Toronto International Film Festival, or any film festival, typically the thoughts that first flood oneâ€™s mind are those of celebrities, the latest films and the greatest parties of the year. Most fail to see beyond the glamourous veneer of the two-week festival to the TIFF industry, which employs thousands of individuals who work tirelessly throughout the year
Naturally, as Canada's young professionals, you can count on Notable for our own coverage of TIFF, and as you probably guessed, our coverage is unique to us. That isnâ€™t to say that we wonâ€™t bring you the party scene dirt, but we thought weâ€™d dig a little deeper as well. As young, ambitious and innovative members of the work force, Notable is tackling TIFF from an intriguing angle that matters to you: TIFF, the industry
TIFF kicked off last night before the festival officially starts today with the Producers Ball at the brand new Shangri-La Hotel. It being the first day of the 10-day festival festival, we caught up with some homegrown celebrities to find out how they were planning to maintain their stamina and endurance during the long days and sleepless nights on the TIFF film and party circuit
Film festival fever has begun yet again in Toronto, with this morning's announcement of films to expect at TIFF 2011. The Toronto International Film Festival is one of our favourite times of year, when the city becomes a hotbed for celebrity sightings and Hollywood North culture. Below are our picks for the notable screenings announced for TIFF 2011
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