Toronto Film Festival’s Canadian Content to Include New Margaret Atwood Adaptation"Alias Grace" will join high school comedy "Public Schooled" and documentary "The Carter Effect" in TIFF lineupA new TV adaptation of a Margaret Atwood novel, a high school comedy starring Judy Greer and Daniel Doheny, and a documentary about basketball star Vince Carter are among the Canadian films added to the Toronto International Film Festival on Wednesday.TIFF organizers announced almost three dozen Canadian features and shorts spread out across the entire festival, along with additional programs that will feature homegrown filmmakers and actors.Mary Harron‘s “Alias Grace,” a miniseries which stars Anna Paquin and was adapted by Sarah Polley from the Margaret Atwood novel about an 1843 murder, will be part of the Primetime section, which is devoted to television projects.The Toronto Film Festival’s Special Presentations section will include “Eye on Juliet” by Kim Nguyen, whose 2012 drama “War Witch” was nominated for an Oscar; the Masters section will include Alanis Obomsawin’s “Our People Will Be Healed.”[...] Montreal-based filmmaker Anne Émond will be the 2017 Len Blum resident at the festival’s TIFF Bell Lightbox, And the Telefilm Canada PITCH THIS! competition will return for its 18th year, with six teams of young Canadian filmmakers making six-minute pitches in front of a live audience and the winning team taking home $15,000.Toronto Film Festival Books Films From George Clooney, Guillermo del Toro, Angelina JolieRead original story Toronto Film Festival’s Canadian Content to Include New Margaret Atwood Adaptation At TheWrap
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