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Tag Archives: TIFF
The Tokyo International Film Festival wrapped last week. TIFF is a sort of vertically sprawling film festival commanding 8 days, several screens and a story or two of the Mori Tower at Roppongi Hills, a post-modern plaza, shopping mall, art … Continue reading
Not a drop of rain fell in Toronto during my eleven day stay – one day for the art galleries showing the festival’s Future Projections and ten days to see 45 features and 19 avant-garde shorts. I’m headed to the … Continue reading
This just in from exclusive NWFF insider, Glenn Fox, from Toronto International Film Festival: Often at TIFF I feel like I’m at my own little film festival (a very crowded one) that has nothing to do with the film festival … Continue reading
Today we received this very excited email from our member Glenn Fox who will be attending the Toronto International Film Festival(TIFF) this year. Glenn will be acting as a de facto Hot Splice reporter this year, with this preview and … Continue reading