Fittingly for a story about a long-term couple in the process of changing partners, there’s an intriguing and eclectic mix of the old and the new in Azazel Jacobs’s… 496 more words
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The Tony-winning actor Tracy Letts only discovered acting because somebody blackmailed his father into starring in a community theater play.
Letts, who as a writer (“August: Osage County”) has won both a Tony and a Pulitzer to go along with his acting trophy (“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”), tells the story on the latest episode of “Stagecraft,” … 268 more words
The surprise film in this year’s LFF is Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut that she also wrote. If you know Gerwig’s work as an actress, there is no surprise here as this has the same quirky and witty sentiments of her other films – but thankfully, this is not Damsel in Distress 2. 124 more words
Courtesy of our friends at Elevation Pictures, you have the chance to win passes to the Toronto premiere of LADY BIRD on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 at Varsity Cinemas where the film’s writer/director, Greta Gerwig, will be in attendance. 169 more words
This was the second film I went to see at the LFF today, The Lovers, another romantic comedy but this time instead of following the stories of young, conventionally attractive, creative people living trendy lifestyles in New York City, this film tells the story of a middle aged, married couple who are both having affairs. 324 more words