If you've seen his delicious performances in Love Actually or Pirate Radio, I can assure you Bill Nighy oozes the same kind of cool and sex appeal in person. He knows he's got it and plays it up just for you -- even if you're sitting all the way up in the nosebleeds at Roy Thomson Hall.
The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival is officially over, and it was another amazing 11 days filled with strong films, memorable moments, late-night parties and stars galore.
As a longtime fan of documentaries, I was thrilled to finally attend a screening of a film by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, the directors responsible for the legendary HBO documentary Paradise Lost.
Now, 15 years after that first film, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory is screening at TIFF.
By Robert N. Shapiro
In this video clip, we discuss director Rodrigo Garcia's much-anticipated film Albert Nobbs, which stars Glenn Close as a woman who dresses up as a man in order to
land a role on a popular soap opera...
Okay, you caught me. That is actually the synopsis of Tootsie, another landmark film featuring a character who has to cross-dress to find work.