Our road to TIFF has been a long frustrating and complicated journey. Three years now we’ve gone without press accreditation which confused the fuck out of many people especially myself, given we receive press badges for every other major film festival in the world. So this year I’ve decided that come rain or shine, money or not, I’d find a way to get my crew over to the festival fully prepared to deliver the best coverage possible in hopes that this will be the last year we are rejected. Toronto correspondents Dave Robson and Michael Waldman will be attending various features and focussing heavily on the Midnight Madness and documentary programs, while Justine and I will head out for a few days to report on some of the bigger releases. But that isn’t all folks. Greg Ashman from the CriticalMassCast will be flying in from Vancouver to help us along, and if we are lucky, we may have a fifth member to tag along.
With that said, I continue our sneak peek at the festival’s most exciting films. Next in the lineup is an English dubbed trailer for the Luc Besson-produced/Bibo Bergeron-directed animated feature film A Monster In Paris.
Here is a trailer along with a French musical clip. Remember single tickets for the Toronto International Film Festival go on sale Saturday. Enjoy!
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