Richard joins ‘CP24 Breakfast” host George Lagogianes host to talk about movies on day two of the Toronto International Film Festival including the potential People’s Choice winner “Belfast,” two music docs, “Jagged” about Alanis Morissette’s rise to fame after “Jagged Little Pill,” and “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” and the new Melissa McCarthy dramedy “The Starling.”
“I’m a sucker for music documentaries so I’m all in for this. It promises rare footage, great music and an in-depth look at a very private superstar.” — Richard Crouse, host, “Pop Life” (Wild card: “Compartment No. 6”)
From TRNTO.com: “For the second year in a row, TIFF, the world’s largest public film festival will be a little less public than it was pre-pandemic. The Toronto International Film Festival, which runs from Sept. 9 to 18, continues with the hybrid model — a mix of in-person and online screenings — adopted last year in response to COVID-19. This year’s slate includes more than 100 of the best features and documentaries the world has to offer…” Read the whole thing HERE!