I appear on “CTV News at 6” with anchor Andria Case to talk about TIFF and the best movies and television to watch this weekend. This week I have a look at the best of the fest and “The Woman King,” playing in theatres.
I join CP24’s Jennifer Hsiung to talk about a special free TIFF screening of “Elizabeth: A Portrait in Part(s)” on September 18, 12:05pm at Scotiabank Theatre, and highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival, including the opening night film “The Swimmers” and “Triangle of Sadness,” the over-the-top tale of hypocrisy, greed, and ambition.
I sit with Brendan Fraser, whose performance as a 600 pound man in “The Whale” earned him a six minute standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival, and the film’s screenwriter Sam Hunter, to talk about what Fraser learned from playing the character, how Hunter changed the script from the original stage play and more.
I join CP24 Breakfast host George Lagogianes to talk about what to check out on TIFF’s first weekend. Find out about the In Conversation with Taylor Swift, “Baby Ruth,” starring Kit Harrington and the epic “The Woman King” starring Viola Davis.
I’m quoted in a ctvnews.ca story on how to enjoy the Toronto International Film Festival, whether you want to watch the movies, or the celebrities.
“Speaking with CP24.com, Crouse said that he is personally excited about a Canadian film called ‘I Like Movies,” which is loosely based on its director’s life-long love affair with film which began while working at a Burlington Blockbuster in the early 2000s. He also has the David Bowie documentary ‘Moonage Daydream’ circled on his list, calling it “an immersive experience that overwhelms you with sound and vision…” Read the whole thing HERE!