Day one of the Toronto International Film Festival is in the books.
Well...half a day. The festival doesn't officially launch until the opening night gala which was at 9:30 last night, so really, it's only been about a quarter of a day.
We had no movies scheduled day 1, but that didn't stop us from seeing a few celebrities and learning interesting tidbits about festival's past.
Some interesting stories from the history of TIFF:
The Toronto International Film Festival begins today and that means Killerreviews gets to take 10 days away from the world and watch 25 movies while hobnobbing with stars ranging from Clint Eastwood to Natalie Portman to Sam Worthington.
Yup. Itís going to be a great 10 days.
We have secured tickets for many screenings, but we have our eyes on a few that we hope meet our lofty expectations. Here are some of the highlights of the films we will be previewing in the
So we've been scouring the state looking for a house to set the film in for the last month or so and we finally hit pay dirt in Hagerstown, Maryland. It's a REALLY old house, early 1700's, that is surrounding by tons of land. Perfect setting for Molly's house.
Pretty damn isolated. And creepy but not haunted house creepy. That would be too much for this film.
First thing I plan on doing is having the actors stay out here by themselves for a couple of nights. Maybe mess
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2010
So it has officially begun. THE POSSESSION is moving into production!
Picked up producer Gregg Hale from BWI. Drove out to Hagerstown to look at two possible houses for Molly's joint in the movie. Pretty important since 90% of the film takes place there. House has to be creepy but not haunted house looking. Has to be believable that someone would live in that thing.
The houses were good. Second one was best.