360 days ago, I took a break from blogging, to focus on writing and editing my Screenplays and also work on a few documentary projects.
But alas, the big Monster is back that is the Toronto International Film Festival and it’s the 40th Anniversary. So It’s a little hard to ignore. And since last season I saw Justin Long turned into a Walrus, this year I want to see Colin Farrell turned into a *Lobster* (winky face)…
The much anticipated “Seven Psychopaths” opens today in ‘nationwide release’ in the USA, as well as Iceland, Taiwan and part of the 41st Annual Sitges Film Festival in Sitges, Spain, a coastal town 21 miles south of Barcelona.
I saw the premiere and it was an absolute madhouse with one of the biggest star-studded casts ever to grace the Midnight Madness red carpet. I counted 67 media outlets at the September 7th premiere, which was 1 ½ hours late.
by Shannonn Kelly 03:21AM, EST, September 08, 2012
The Toronto International Film Festival was in full throttle today with screenings of “Rust and Bone”, “Imogene” and “Springbreakers” leading the pack of high voltage celebrities such as: James Franco, Selena Gomez, Kristen Wiig, Annette Bening and GLEE’s Darren Criss on hand to promote their films, as powerhouses Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Jude Law and Ben Affleck. in town to support “The Place Beyond the Pines,”, “Argo” and “Anna Karenina” respectively. Continue reading “TIFF 2012 : : Day 3 – Films You Should See”
by Shannonn Kelly
2:05 AM, EST, Monday September 14, 2009
One more week remains, and with many opportunities to catch up on films, here are Shannonn Kelly’s picks for TIFF Day 5:
Most Mondays start with a coffee and a commute to work. I suggest you kick start your TIFF Monday by checking into the 9:15AM screening of Triageby Bosnian director Danis Tanovic. Triage stars Colin Farrell, Paz Vega and Christopher Lee in this dark tale of a photojournalist who returns home following a dangerous assignment without his colleague and best friend. Continue reading “TIFF – Day 5”
Winning 4 Golden Globes for Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Original Score and Best Film, critic’s favorite "Slum Dog Millionaire" came out howling at the top of the heap at the 66th Annual Golden Globes.