Welcome to my TIFF 2011 Blog
By: on Mon, August 22, 2011
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Here we go again! Welcome to another year of me attempting to document my Toronto International Film Festival Experience (As always, available at ChantelleJoy.com/TIFF).

A very small redesign of the site proper, and I’ll be working on getting all the Export (twitter, facebook, etc) kinks worked out before the festival starts.

Reflection on TIFFs 2005-2010, Part 1
By: on Fri, August 26, 2011
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As I await the Draw Day to see which of the tickets in my Advance Order I’ve gotten, I thought I’d reflect on some of my favourite films of the last half-decade, in a two-part series.

Reflections of TIFFs 2005-2010, part 2
By: on Mon, August 29, 2011
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I shall continue, and complete my rundown of my favorite TIFF films of the last six years, continuing with:

Exciting Announcement & TIFF 2011 Draw
By: on Fri, September 2, 2011
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Before I get into my gripes about TIFFs ticket system, I wanted to share with everyone that I will be one of the Citizen Contributors to CBC.ca’s 2011 TIFF Coverage!

By: on Sun, September 4, 2011
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Below is my film schedule. I’ve got lots of other things on tap, and may check out a few free art shows/movies as well, but this is what I’m confirmed for.

Media Stuff and Kevin
By: on Sat, September 10, 2011
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I had a very low-key start to the festival, on Opening Night I didn’t attend any parties, screenings or events. I simply read the Twitter and Blog posts of those attending, which I quite enjoyed. There’s something thrilling about getting a thousand different viewpoints of a single event.

Death of a Superhero
By: on Mon, September 12, 2011
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Yesterday I saw two very different sort of films, first up was Death of a Superhero, by Ian Fitzgibbon, and starring Andy Serkis and Thomas Brodie-Sangster aka, the Adorable little kid from Nanny McFee & Love, Actually.

Comic-Con: Episode IV – A Fan’s Hope
By: on Tue, September 13, 2011
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If you could describe any movie as the “Geek Feel-Good Movie of the Year” this would be it. I’m reviewing this one, fresh off the heals of having been to FanExpo 2011 (aka Canadian Comic-Con Lite).