All posts tagged “tiff

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Edward Burtynsky is a Canadian photographer who is known for his images of industrial landscapes. In 2018, he released a documentary film called Anthropocene: The Human Epoch. It was the third in a trilogy of films that he directed alongside Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de… Read More

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Photoblog: TIFF

This past weekend was the first weekend of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It’s a great time to be in the city – regardless of whether you’re into film or not. It felt as if the entire city decided not to sleep this past… Read More

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Last call at the bar

Earlier this week I attended the CityAge conference here in Toronto and participated in a panel discussion about talent.  The questions were all about how cities can attract and retain talent, and how they can best leverage the talent they already have. These are questions… Read More

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Telling Toronto’s story

If you’re a regular reader of ATC, you’ll know that I often talk about cities in the same way that many people talk about products and services. (See: The business of cities.) And I do that because cities are our new economic unit and so I find it… Read More

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During TIFF is an awesome time to be in Toronto. The city is buzzing, the bars are open until 4am (that should be standard), and everybody is talking about films. I used to go to a lot more movies when I was younger, but that’s sort of… Read More