Update: A second screening has been added at 9:30pm. Guests for the second screening are welcome to come early and hang out in the gallery/bar. Tickets for the 9:30pm screening will go on sale at 6pm – one ticket per person. Join us in celebrating the life of ROBIN WILLIAMS (1951-2014) by watching a screening… Continue reading MRS DOUBTFIRE at Camera in Toronto – Sunday at 7/9:30pm
Update: advanced online tickets available HERE Toronto, March 31, 2014 – Local production company MDFF and independent video magazine The Seventh Art announce their partnership on a monthly screening series at Toronto’s CAMERA. The series builds on MDFF’s run of successful screenings at multi-use arts space Double Double Land and will start on April 16th… Continue reading MDFF and The Seventh Art team up for screening series at Toronto’s CAMERA.
THE ACADEMY & THE SEVENTH ART TO PRODUCE BACKSTAGE WEBCAST OF THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS TORONTO, March 7, 2014 – The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television and online video magazine, The Seventh Art are teaming up to produce a live- streaming backstage show at the CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS, March 9 starting at 6 pm. For the third year running, the… Continue reading THE ACADEMY & THE SEVENTH ART TO PRODUCE BACKSTAGE WEBCAST OF THE CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS ON MARCH 9TH AT 6PM EST
We’ve just wrapped our coverage of the 2013 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival where we shot over 17 long-form interviews, live-streaming the vast majority of them. Look for those interviews to be released in upcoming issues of The Seventh Art. We’re also thrilled to announce our new issue, featuring long-form interviews with legendary… Continue reading New Issue (Christopher Doyle & Xavier Dolan), Subscription Service Launches
For the second year in a row, The Seventh Art presents special coverage of the Toronto International Film Festival out of a beautiful gallery space (OCAD U’s Graduate Gallery) around the corner from the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. This year our coverage, consisting of long-form in-depth interviews with filmmakers, will also include an innovative… Continue reading The Seventh Art announces live-streamed TIFF coverage, Don McKellar live commentary on LAST NIGHT (1998)
We are finally able to announce our jam-packed 13th issue! It’s another all interview issue, kicking off with the last of our Toronto International Film Festival conversations: a discussion with New German Cinema legend Margarethe von Trotta about her latest film, Hannah Arendt. Continuing on the path of significant women directors, we were thrilled to talk… Continue reading Issue 13 (Paul Schrader, Margarethe von Trotta, Barbara Hammer and Matt Johnson & Matthew Miller [THE DIRTIES] Now Available!
Screening the new digital restoration of Taxi Driver Writer and filmmaker Paul Schrader in Attendance for Q&A Exclusive clip from The Canyons The Seventh Art continues its Live Directors Series on April 21st, presented by The Royal [Update: Check out a RECAP of the event HERE] TORONTO, April 10, 2013 – The Seventh Art and… Continue reading Announcement: Paul Schrader Comes to Toronto for The Seventh Art Live Directors Series
We’re thrilled to launch our 12th issue! Our two interviews in this issue are with filmmakers established and newly rising, both shot at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. We were excited to talk to Danish director and Dogme 95 co-conspirator, Thomas Vinterberg, who was presenting his buzzed-about new film, The Hunt (starring Mads Mikkelsen… Continue reading Issue 12 (Thomas Vinterberg, 2013 Canadian Screen Awards, William Vega and a Contempt/Diva Video Essay) is Now Available!
We’re happy to present coverage of the first annual Canadian Screen Awards, honouring the best in Canadian film and television. The awards combine the formerly named Geminis (Television) and Genie Awards (Cinema), the latter which we covered last year. We will be part of a live stream from the awards, expected to be stream between… Continue reading The Seventh Art Live at the 2013 Canadian Screen Awards
We can’t wait for you to see our 11th issue, which includes some of our very favourite filmmakers. Our two interviews in this issue are with filmmakers who made two of the best films of last year (corroborated by Cinema Scope‘s top ten list) and who were equally charming, insightful and funny when we talked… Continue reading Issue 11 (Matías Piñeiro, João Pedro Rodrigues & João Rui Guerra Da Mata, Pinewood Toronto Studios and a Nagisa Oshima Video Essay) is now available!
We’re happy to launch our 10th issue, which is our first to feature only interviews… and what interviews they are! We talked to the trenchant and kind American writer/director, Whit Stillman (Damsels in Distress), at the conclusion of our inaugural Live Directors Series. We were thrilled to host Whit and screen two of his… Continue reading Issue 10 (Whit Stillman, Costa-Gavras, Athina Rachel Tsangari and Cameron Bailey) is now available!