Steve Gravestock

Paul McEwan and Noel S. Baker at Bruce McDonald's Hard Core Logo Launch

Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - 7:30pm
The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St West, Toronto, ON

 

Paul McEwan and Noel S. Baker in conversation at “BRUCE McDONALD’S Hard Core Logo” launch

What’s so hard core Canadian about Bruce MacDonald’s Hard Core Logo? Why does it resonate so deeply with everyone from bands like Billy Talent to scholars like Paul McEwan? TIFF, University of Toronto Press and This Is Not A Reading Series have assembled a hardcore lineup of homegrown talent to shed light on this cultural phenomenon and to launch McEwan’s addition to the UTP/TIFF Canadian Cinema series, Bruce McDonald’s Hard Core Logo. Join TIFF’s Associate Director of Canadian Programming, Steve Gravestock, Hard Core Logo screenplay writer, Noel S. Baker, and Muhlenberg College’s Director of Film Studies, Paul McEwan as they give us a behind-the-scenes peek at McDonald’s Canadian cult classic in a show-and-tell session of film clips and candid discussion. Sing along with Choir! Choir! Choir! and Toronto Indie Supergroup White Suede as they pay tribute to the HCL soundtrack and rock out some old school punk.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011
The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St West, Toronto, ON
Doors open  7:30 pm; Event starts at 8:00 pm 
Admission is $5.00 or FREE with a book purchase

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The Cinema of Canada | Of This Place and Elsewhere: The Films and Photography of Peter Mettler

Tuesday, September 5, 2006 - 8:30pm
Gladstone Hotel Ballroom, 1214 Queen St. W.

Pages Books & Magazines, Wallflower Press, the Toronto International Film Festival Group, and NOW present a This Is Not A Reading Series double book launch: Professor Jerry White celebrates the publication of The Cinema of Canada and Of This Place and Elsewhere: The Films and Photography of Peter Mettler. Read more

Introduction to Toronto on Film night by Marc Glassman and Steve Gravestock


11:39 minutes (21.32 MB)

TINARS Executive Director Marc Glassman introduces new-comers to the series and welcomes TIFF Canadian film programmer Steve Gravestock to start off the new season.

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