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The Toronto New Wave refers to a loose-knit group of filmmakers from Toronto who came of age during the 1980s and early 1990s.

Key films

1981

1982

1984

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

References

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Further reading

  • “Alienated Affections of Atom Egoyan,” Jose Arroyo. Cinema Canada. No. 145. October 1987.
  • “Atom Egoyan: An Interview,” Ron Bunnett. CineAction!. May 1989.
  • “Atom Egoyan’s Speaking Parts,” Tom Perlmutter. Cinema Canada. No. 162. April/May 1989.
  • “The Beginning of the Beginning,” Peter Harcourt, Self Portrait: Essays on Canadian and Quebec Cinema. Piers Handling, Pierre Véronneau, eds. 1980.
  • “A Feature Interview the Alexandra Raffé,” Wyndham Wise. Take One: Film in Canada Vol. 4 No. 10. Winter 1996.
  • “Flickering City: Toronto on Film until 2002,” Geoff Pevere. Toronto on Film. 2009.
  • “He Heard the Mermaids Singing: An Interview with Douglas Koch,” Wyndham Wise. Canadian Cinematographer. January 2010.
  • “History of Ontario’s Film Industry, 1896 to 1985,” Wyndham Wise. Take One: Film in Canada Vol. 9 No. 28. Summer 2000.
  • “Norman Jewison and Canada's New Generation of Filmmakers,” Bruce McDonald. Cinema Canada. No. 122. September 1985.
  • ”Paradox and Wonder: The Cinema of Peter Mettler,” Tom McSorley. Take One: Film in Canada Vol. 3 No. 7. Winter 1995.
  • “Roads Not Taken, Avenues Not Explored,” Peter Harcourt. Take One: Film in Canada' Vol. 3 No. 8. Summer 1995.
  • “Rockin’ on the Road: The Films of Bruce McDonald,” Marc Glassman. Take One: Film in Canada Vol. 3 No. 8. Summer 1995.
  • “Toronto New Wave,” Steve Gravestock. World Film Locations Toronto. University of Chicago. 2015.
  • “The True Meaning of Exotica,” Wyndham Wise. Take One: Film in Canada Vol. 4 No. 9. Fall 1995.
  • “Up from the Underground: Filmmaking in Toronto from Winter Kept us Warm to Shivers,” Wyndham Wise. Toronto on Film. 2009.
  • “Wayne Clarkson’s Risky Business: Ontario Feature Filmmaking Takes the OFDC Challenge,” Gail Henley. Cinema Canada. No. 128. March 1986.




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