Pack your passport and brush up your hockey small talk -- the Toronto International Film Festival is just around the corner. This week, The Rocchi Review features James chatting with Michael Lerman, a filmmaker who also programs for the Woodstock Film Festival, and blogger for IndieWire. Is it true some in the industry see Toronto's enthusiastic audiences as the "kiss of death"? How many films can you squeeze into one festival? What's the difference between watching a film as a journalist and watching one as a film festival programmer? And why is Midnight Madness, for some, the best part of the Toronto International Film Festival? Cinematical's podcast is now available through iTunes; you can subscribe at this link. Also, you can listen directly here at Cinematical by clicking below:
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