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Toronto International Film Festival

Wilfrid Laurier University Press distributes books published by the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada. TIFF books are distributed outside Canada by Indiana University Press.

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Cinema as History

With a career spanning more than five decades, director and cinematographer Michel Brault is one of the most influential figures in Québécois cinema. Cinema as History: Michel Brault and Modern Quebec ...

Of This Place and Elsewhere

A key figure in the Toronto New Wave of the 1980s, Peter Mettler is one of the most intriguing and audacious filmmakers in English Canada. He is known as a director, a cinematographer, and editor who ...

Don Owen

Don Owen, perhaps best known as the director of the seminal 1964 feature Nobody Waved Goodbye, is one of the central figures in the development of English-Canadian cinema. Owen spent much of his career ...

Pierre Perrault and the Poetic Documentary

One of the great exponents of the direct cinema style, Quebecois poet, essayist, and film-maker Pierre Perrault (1927-1999) began his documentary career in radio before joining the more traditional René ...

Allan King

For nearly half a century, Allan King has changed the way film and television show us the world. Warrendale, banned from Canadian television in one of the most infamous censorship battles of the 1960s, ...

Jean Pierre Lefebvre

Jean Pierre Lefebvre is one of the most inventive and prolific of all Canadian filmmakers. From the sixties to the eighties, his films were as much celebrated at international film festivals as are the ...

Robert Bresson

Robert Bresson, published in 1998, remains one of the most acclaimed and thorough examinations of the French director’s vision and style. Robert Bresson (Revised) reproduces essential contributions from ...