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indieWIRE – Toronto International Film Festival

indieWIRE - Toronto International Film Festival

The indieWIRE team is on the scene in Canada for the 1999 Toronto International Film Festival, September 9-19, 1999. Join us here daily for the latest from Canada.

1999 Toronto International Film Festival Lineup:


(Sep 21, 1999) TORONTO ’99: Discovering the Two Faces of Toronto

(Sep 20, 1999) DAILY NEWS: “Goat…Fish” and “Beauty” Take Top Toronto Awards

(Sep 19, 1999) Hurricanes, Similar Chick Flicks, and Women Talking Dirty

(Sep 18, 1999) Growing-Up, Godard, Grunge and Grass: Canadian Films at the TIFF

(Sep 17, 1999) Stranded in Toronto as Fest Nears End

(Sep 17, 1999) Graphic Sex Offers Respite for Cranky Viewers

(Sep 16, 1999) Dealmaking and Stargazing in Toronto — “Liaison,” “Cheerleader” to Fine Line, “Beloved/Friend” to Strand

(Sep 16, 1999) Nothing Personal: Toronto’s Diverse Documentaries

(Sep 15, 1999) Palm Pix, Miracles and Digital Presentation

(Sep 15, 1999) Weepies, Long Movies, Incest, and Other Taboos in Toronto

(Sep 14, 1999) Miramax Catches “Traffic,” Fine Line’s “Five Senses”

(Sep 14, 1999) Toronto’s African Planet, from Harlem to Johannesburg

(Sep 13, 1999) Buyers Considering Crop of Weekend Debuts — “Spring ,” “Days,” “Cheerleader,” “Affair,” “Traffic” and “Rage”

(Sep 13, 1999) A Barenaked Doc and a Raging Premiere

(Sep 12, 1999) A Saturday Night At The Movies Yields Two Stand-outs — Gilroy’s “Spring Forward” and Kerrigan’s “Human Traffic”

(Sep 11, 1999) Hot Dogs, A Shining Jewel and a Spacey Film

(Sep 10, 1999) The Canadian Canival Begins

(Sep 9, 1999) “Dogma” Acquisition Official; Next Wave’s Next Film

(Sep 9, 1999) Toronto Touts Tons of Films — ’99 Festival Lineup Unveiled


(Sep 19, 1999) Lush “Onegin” Fails To Pull Off Pushkin

(Sep 18, 1999) Wang and Portman Give Direction, Charm to “Anywhere”

(Sep 17, 1999) Holland’s “Miracle” Comes Through with Compelling Drama

(Sep 16, 1999) “Human Traffic” in Woodyish, Trainspotting-like Druggy Fun

(Sep 15, 1999) Figgis Stands by Strong “Miss Julie”

(Sep 14, 1999) Growing up with Mature “Gregory’s Two Girls”

(Sep 13, 1999) Ozon’s “Criminal Lovers”: A Brutally Chilling Experience

(Sep 12, 1999) “Me Myself I” Narcissistic and Sweet Tale of What if?

(Sep 11, 1999) Lee’s Smooth, Heroic “Ride With The Devil”

(Sep 10, 1999) “American Beauty” Showcases Pageant of Savage Wit

(Sep 9, 1999) Bob Hoskins Shines in Egoyan’s “Journey”

indieWIRE Resources

indieWIRE Film Festival area – Talk about the latest from Toronto.

indeWIRE On The Scene Toronto Coverage: ’98

Other Resources

Toronto International Film Festival: official website

Canadian Film Centre: official website

Yahoo! Full Coverage: Toronto Film Festival

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