1999 Toronto International Film Festival

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1999 Toronto International Film Festival
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Festival poster
Opening film Felicia's Journey
Closing film Onegin
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hosted byToronto International Film Festival Group
No. of films318 films
Festival dateSeptember 9, 1999 (1999-09-09)–September 18, 1999 (1999-09-18)
LanguageEnglish
Website tiff.net

The 24th Toronto International Film Festival ran from September 9 to September 18, 1999. The festival opened with Atom Egoyan's Felicia's Journey and closed with Onegin by Martha Fiennes. A total of 318 films were screened in the 13 programmes. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Awards

Award [4] FilmRecipient
People's Choice Award American Beauty Sam Mendes
Discovery Award Goat on Fire and Smiling Fish Kevin Jordan
Best Canadian Feature Film The Five Senses Jeremy Podeswa
Best Canadian Feature Film – Special Jury Citation Set Me Free (Emporte-moi) Léa Pool
Best Canadian First Feature Film Just Watch Me: Trudeau and the '70s Generation Catherine Annau
Best Canadian First Feature Film – Special Jury Citation Full Blast Rodrigue Jean
Canadian Film Jury Special Citations for Acting Johnny Chris Martin
New Waterford Girl Liane Balaban
Set Me Free (Emporte-moi) Karine Vanasse
Best Canadian Short Film Discharge (Décharge) Patrick Demers
Best Canadian Short Film – Special Mention Karaoke Stéphane Lafleur
FIPRESCI International Critics' Award Shower Zhang Yang

Programmes

Gala Opening Night

Gala Closing Night

Gala Presentations

Special Presentations

Masters

Perspective Canada

Contemporary World Cinema

Discovery

Planet Africa

Real to Reel

Dialogues: Talking with Pictures

Indiscreet Charms: New Spanish Cinema

Spotlight: Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Tribute: The Story of David Overbey

Midnight Madness

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