“12 Years a Slave” has wowed crowds at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The Steve McQueen film won the audience award on Sunday night, celebrating the end of the annual festival.
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Olivia Wilde, made sanely popular by House and now by a string of indie films that followed major outings in Tron and Cowboys & Aliens, was awarded the first ever “Starmeter Award” by mega movie site IMDb
One of Cory Monteith’s two final films, “All the Wrong Reasons,” has won the Grolsch Film Works Discover Award at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Director Gia Milani was on hand to receive the $10,000 cash prize on Monday, after the film debuted on Sunday.
Jay Z’s upcoming documentary “Made in America” has been acquired by Showtime. The film, directed by Ron Howard, will chronicle the 2012 two-day music festival of the same name in Philadelphia.
Cory Monteith worked on two films before his tragic passing last month. In “McCanick,” Monteith plays a tormented drug dealer. In the second film, “All The Wrong Reasons,” he plays a department store manager who is struggling to find intimacy with his wife.
One of Cory Monteith’s last films, “McCanick,” will premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).