Technicolor and its family of brands provided services for 23 films screening at the Toronto International Film Festival – leading to plenty of awards season buzz.
The stars are aligning for the Toronto International Film Festival, with a multitude of established artists and up-and-coming talent attending the 11-day movie marathon held September 7th-17th. With 339 films screening at TIFF ‘17, the event is hailed as a showcase for industry trailblazers and creative luminaries.
Technicolor worked on many of the films screening at the festival this year, including Aaron Sorkin’s high-stakes drama Molly’s Game. Other highly-touted offerings at this year’s festival include two star-studded projects that Technicolor worked on: Alexander Payne’s social satire Downsizing, which opened the recent Venice Film Festival; and Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill as he steps into the role of Britain’s Prime Minister under threat of Nazi invasion.
Technicolor will also participate in the industry panel, 2001: An Immersive Odyssey. Mr. X’s Senior VFX Supervisor Trey Harrell joins the discussion on immersive technologies and how they inform – and transform – the way we consume the stories we love in science fiction films.
As the industry turns its attention to TIFF ‘17, here are the 23 festival films that were served by Technicolor and its family of brands:
The Current War
The Drop In
The Florida Project
Lean On Pete
Long Time Running
The Mountain Between Us
The Shape of Water
We Forgot To Break Up
An additional three films screening at TIFF previously premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival:
Visit TIFF ‘17 for the full schedule of screenings and event updates!