TIFF Midnight Madness 2016 Interviews

Opening with Ben Wheatley’s joyously violent Free Fire this Years TIFF Midnight Madness series proved once again wildly popular. Introducing local and international audiences to a dazzling array of weird and wonderful cinema. Away from the attention grabbing buzz about cannibal drama Raw other highlights included technological series Black Mirror, zombie thriller The Girl With [...]

A Monster Calls Review TIFF

The  Plot A boy (Lewis MacDougall) seeks the help of a tree monster (Liam Neeson) to cope with his single mother’s (Felicity Jones) terminal illness. The Good At just 14 years old, relative newcomer Lewis MacDougall (whose debut came in last years Pan) manages to hold up this moving adaptation of Patrick Ness’ novel, with [...]

The Edge Of Seventeen Comes of Age At TIFF

Red Carpet News TV talks to Hailee Steinfeld, Haley Lu Richardson, Blake Jenner, Hayden Szeto, James L. Brooks, Composer Atli Orvarsson and Director Kelly Fremon Craig at the premiere of The Edge of Seventeen at the Toronto International Film Festival 2016. Check out our other videos for more amazing in depth coverage of TIFF 2016.

The Rolling Stones Rock TIFF 2016

As the Toronto International Film Festival 2016 moves towards it’s twilight who better to add some true rock a roll glamour to the red carpet than members of the world’s most iconic and mature rock band The Rolling Stones. Kieth Richards and Ronnie Wood spoke to Red Carpet News TV about their new documentary which [...]

Chloe Grace Moretz Talks Brain On Fire At TIFF

Chloe Grace Moretz premiered her new true life mental health drama Brain On Fire at the Toronto International Film Festival. Inspired by the autobiographical account of a young woman Susannah Cahalan ho suffered a rapid an unexplained mental health breakdown. The film charts her road to recovery and her relationship with the visionary doctor who [...]

Burn Your Maps TIFF Interviews

Red Carpet News talks to director Jordan Roberts, Virginia Madsen, Vera Farmiga and Jacob Tremblay at the premiere of Burn Your Maps at the Toronto International Film Festival. The Film documents a families journey through the grief of losing a loved one and the remarkably imaginative way their young son comes to cope with his [...]

Sing Review TIFF

The Plot: Desperate to keep his beloved old theatre in business a daydreaming Koala Bear called Buster Moon organises a singing competition. Attracting an eclectic mix of animal entertainers each with their own distinct plans for fame and fortune, the competition lurches from one disaster to the next, throwing into question whether Buster and his [...]

Nocturnal Animals Review TIFF

The Plot Art gallery owner Susan Morrow (Amy Adams) receives a manuscript from her ex-husband (Jake Gyllenhaal) and becomes engrossed in the story while she struggles with her deterioriating marriage with businessman Hutton (Armie Hammer). The Good Seven years after the success of his directorial debut, A Single Man, writer-director Tom Ford returns with an [...]

Manchester By The Sea Review TIFF

The Plot An Uncle (Casey Affleck) is asked to take care of his teenage nephew (Lucas Hedges) after the boy’s father dies. The Good Casey Affleck gives his career best performance in this small but powerful story of family and loss. Set years after a tragedy has befallen him, Lee Chandler (Affleck) returns to his [...]

Lion Roars With Success At TIFF 2016

Director Garth Davis and stars including Dev Patel, Rooney Mara and Nicole Kidman recieved a triumphant response to Oscar hopeful Lion at TIFF. The drama inspired by one young mans real life quest to relocate his birth parents using google maps received a warm response form the TIFF crowds and looks set to be a [...]