Author: Toronto Film Scene

Win a pair of tickets to see Free Fire at the Open Roof Festival

As the great weather has finally arrived, the Open Roof Festival also returns to Toronto, and we’re offering up chances to win every week. We’ve got a pair of tickets to see Free Fire, as well as a performance from Tomi Swick, on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at 7:00 pm. Free Fire stars a stacked cast, including Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copley, and Armie Hammer, as rival gangs gathering for a meeting in a deserted warehouse for a gun deal. When tensions rise, the bullets start flying and it’s quickly every man and woman for themselves. Enter now...

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Win run of engagement passes to From the Land of the Moon

From the Land of the Moon is the story of Gabrielle (Marion Cotillard), a woman forced into a marriage with Spanish farm worker José (Alex Brendemühl) by her parents. While José is devoted to Gabrielle, she refuses to even try to love him, deciding to live like a prisoner instead. When she’s sent to the Alps to cure some kidney stones, she meets André Sauvage (Louis Garrel), an injured veteran of the Indochinese War, whom she falls madly in love with. Toronto Film Scene is giving away double run of engagement passes good for as long as the film screens when...

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Win two tickets to see Falling Angel at the Toronto Fringe Festival

Toronto Film Scene has a very unique contest for our readers thanks to the Toronto Fringe Festival. We’re giving away a pair of tickets, along with a spot for a picnic dinner (which includes a blanket and light refreshments) to Falling Angel. It all takes place at Shaw Park at CAMH, 1001 Queen Street West, and the tickets are for the opening night show on Wednesday, July 5 at 6:30 pm. You’ll find the official synopsis below, and you can find full information on the event at the Toronto Fringe website. “As audience members picnic, read the paper and...

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Top movie releases to look forward to in May 2017

There have been a lot of really entertaining movies that have been released so far this year. As the year progresses, the quality of the movies is not reducing. The month of May has two releases that all movie lovers just have to watch. These are King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and Baywatch. Although vastly different in genres, the movies seem likely to gross big figures at the box office. This may be because both movies are based on story franchises that are well developed, just like many online casinos such as casino us. Let us get into...

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Four movies about gambling that you have to see no matter what

A tale about a gambler who wins a jackpot, but the next moment loses everything and gets into a big trouble is never a bad or boring story. That’s probably why filmmakers love choosing gambling and casinos as a base for their movies. Casinos appeal to everybody: gamblers and onlookers alike; you should could try the casino en ligne Canada. But even if you don’t have the capital for either of those things, you can still get to feel what gamblers get to feel, through a TV or laptop screen. Here’s a list of the four best movies about...

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Top 5 movies to watch in April 2017

Gone are the days when Hollywood would wait for summer to release the big name flicks. Recent trends in attendance indicate that any time of the year is a good time to release a great movie. Like last April, this April there are some big movies to watch out for. Below is our pick of the top 5 movies to watch in April 2017. Please note that the movies are ordered by release date and nothing else. Logan. Hugh Jackman gives Wolverine a fitting send off in this movie. This X-men flick is set in the future where Wolverine...

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Essential Canadian Cinema: The Saddest Music in the World

Perhaps best known for My Winnipeg, Guy Maddin has been a large part of the Canadian film scene since late ’80s, although his output tends to be in the short film area. His unique style, often mimicking the look and feel of the silent film era, may not always be to everyone’s tastes, but there’s no disputing he creates films that will have audiences talking. For the return of Essential Canadian Cinema at TFS, writers Sean Kelly and Aren Bergstrom dig into Maddin’s work to look at The Saddest Music in the World. The film, starring Isabella Rossellini, Mark McKinney,...

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