the imitation gameDopo dieci giorni circa di grande cinema e di volti noti e amati dal pubblico, si chiude il TIFF 2014, il Toronto International Film Festival, con il trionfo di The Imitation Game, il film diretto da Morten Tyldum con protagonista Benedict Cumberbatch nei panni del matematico Alan Turing, che durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale contribuì in maniera decisiva alla vittoria nel conflitto decodificando il codice Enigma.

 

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Benedict Cumberbatch presenta The Imitation Game

Kate Winslet e Alan Rickman al TIFF 2014

TIFF 2014: tutte le star arrivate a Toronto [FOTO]

TIFF 2014: grande accoglienza per The Drop con Tom Hardy

Di seguito tutti i premiati:

Grolsch People’s Choice Award: “The Imitation Game,” Morten Tyldum
Runners-up:
“Learning to Drive,” Isabel Coixet, and “St. Vincent,” Theodore Melfi
People’s Choice Documentary Award:
“Beats of the Antonov,” Hajooj Kuka
Runners-up:
“Do I Sound Gay?,” David Thorpe, and “Seymour: An Introduction,” Ethan Hawke
People’s Choice Midnight Madness Award:
“What We Do in the Shadows,” Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement
Runners-up:
“Tusk,” Kevin Smith, and “Big Game,” Jalmari Heleander

Best Canadian First Feature: “Bang Bang Baby,” Jeffrey St. Jules
Best Canadian Feature Film:
“Felix and Meira,” Maxime Giroux

International Critics (FIPRESCI) Prize for Special Presentations: “Time Out of Mind,” Oren Moverman
International Critics (FIPRESCI) Prize for Discovery Program: “May Allah Bless France,” Abd Al Malik
NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film: “Margarita With a Straw,” Shonali Bose

International Short Film: “A Single Body,” Sotiris Dounokous
Canadian Short Film: “The Weatherman and the Shadowboxer,” Randall Okita
Honorable Mention: “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Rob Grant