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TIFFG Names "Canada's Top Ten"

By Indiewire | Indiewire December 16, 2005 at 11:40AM

The Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFFG) announced the top ten Canadian films of 2005 last Tuesday at the annual Canada's Top Ten industry event, hosted by actors Brent Carver and Lisa Ray. Canada's Top Ten films are chosen by a 10-member national panel of filmmakers, academics, journalists, programmers, and industry professionals. The films will be further feted at screenings and Q&As by filmmakers and panel discussions will be held January 27 to February 5 at Cinematheque Ontario in Toronto. The series travels to Vancouver, Montreal, and Ottawa at a later date. The Top Ten are: "C.R.A.Z.Y.," by Jean-Marc Vallee; "Familia," by Louise Archambault; "A History of Violence," by David Cronenberg; "Horlogue Biologique" by Ricardo Trogi; "The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico," by Michael Mabbott; "Memory for Max, Claire, Ida and Company" by Allan King; "La Neuvaine" by Bernard Emond; "A Simple Curve" by Aubrey Nealon; "Water" by Deepa Mehta; "Where the Truth Lies" by Atom Egoyan. For more information, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]
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The Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFFG) announced the top ten Canadian films of 2005 last Tuesday at the annual Canada's Top Ten industry event, hosted by actors Brent Carver and Lisa Ray. Canada's Top Ten films are chosen by a 10-member national panel of filmmakers, academics, journalists, programmers, and industry professionals. The films will be further feted at screenings and Q&As by filmmakers and panel discussions will be held January 27 to February 5 at Cinematheque Ontario in Toronto. The series travels to Vancouver, Montreal, and Ottawa at a later date. The Top Ten are: "C.R.A.Z.Y.," by Jean-Marc Vallee; "Familia," by Louise Archambault; "A History of Violence," by David Cronenberg; "Horlogue Biologique" by Ricardo Trogi; "The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico," by Michael Mabbott; "Memory for Max, Claire, Ida and Company" by Allan King; "La Neuvaine" by Bernard Emond; "A Simple Curve" by Aubrey Nealon; "Water" by Deepa Mehta; "Where the Truth Lies" by Atom Egoyan. For more information, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]





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