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The Toronto International Film Festival 2012

Held each year in the lovely and multinational city of Vancouver, the festival brings the cream of cinema to Canada from over 90 countries around the world. The festival’s program showcases a huge array of North American and worldwide feature films as well as provocative short films, documentaries, music videos, animation films, experimental films, student films, a screenplay competition, and even more.The festival functions as a platform for artistic interface and exchange of thoughts between independent filmmakers and the worldwide audience. Festival goers have their own share of fun with everything from Canadian and World film Premiers to close gatherings and night-long celebrations. The festival opens with a filmmaker reception and finishes with the Closing Awards Ceremony honoring the impressive work by some of the brilliant and most creative artists.Each year, awards are awarded in most main classes for top films, filmmakers, writers and actors. The coveted Grand Jury Award is presented to the best motion picture from the festival selected from among all of the participating films.Apart from the jury awards, the festival also gives an annual Audience Award into the movie with the highest rating as determined by the festival crowd.Money awards are introduced for the Grand Jury Prize, awarded to the best film in the contest amongst all types. The top three prize winners of the Screenplay Competition additionally receive handsome money prizes.This year in the Canadian International Film Festival 2012, there are a number of awards that were presented in various categories. Toronto Film Festival – Full list of winners 2012This year’s Toronto International Film Festival, the 37th of its type, awards were given to a number of movies of distinct tastes. With a variety of awards at stake, Festival highlights like”Silver Linings Playbook” and”Seven Psychopaths” took home 11 awards in a ceremony that took place at the

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Intercontinental Hotel in Toronto. The full list of winners is below:Best Canadian Short Film: The award was introduced to Deco Dawson to get”Keep a Modest Head”. The jury comprised of writer and writer Matthew Hays, journalist Katrina Onstad and filmmaker Reginald Harkema. The film was chosen above the others as the movie”expands the boundaries of movie and perfectly reflects its surreal subject”. The award was a $10,000 cash prize. The City of Toronto plus Canada Goose Award for Best Canadian Feature Film: Xavier Dolan’s”Laurence Anyways”. The jury comprised of producer and filmmaker Jody Shapiro, CPH PIX Festival Director Jacob Neiiendam, celebrity and filmmaker Valerie Buhagiar and director, writer and producer Patricia Rozema. The film was chosen”For its breathless cinematic energy and its own completely new romance narrative, the jury believed honored to watch such unfettered genius at play.” The award came with a cash prize of $30,000. The SKYY Vodka Award for Best Canadian First Feature Film: This group watched a tie between Brandon Cronenberg’s”Antiviral” and Jason Buxton’s”Blackbird”. The jury comprised of producer and filmmaker Jody Shapiro, CPH PIX Festival Director Jacob Neiiendam, actor and filmmaker Valerie Buhagiar and director, author and producer Patricia Rozema. The cash prize – which was initially $15,000 -, had been doubled this season and both Brandon and Jason received a cash prize of $15,000 each. In accordance with Toronto International Film Festival or TIFF,”the film is an intense, loving, emotional and funny family story from the director of The Fighter, David O. Russell, where Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence find themselves partners in a secret sequence to rebuild their broken lives. Robert De Niro yearns to get closer to his son (Cooper), as he attempts to keep the family afloat with his compulsive bookmaking.”