In our excitement of “Disobedience” getting selected for the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival we missed this news before. Turns out TIFF is hosting a special screening for “Mean Girls” as part of their Festival Street program. The screening will be held on Sunday September 10. This program is held on on King Street from Peter Street to University Avenue and the screenings and events are for free. The screening is preceded by Begone Dull Care, a hand-drawn animation features colours, shapes, and patterns painted directly onto clear 35mmfilm stock and set to the extraordinary jazz music of the Oscar Peterson Trio. For more information be sure to head over to TIFF’s official website.
Directed by Mark Waters \ USA \ 97 minutes \ 2004 \ PG \ Colour \ English
Canadian starlet Rachel McAdams made an indelible impact as Regina George, everyone’s favourite mean girl.
“Disobedience” will also have it’s first screening on September 10, as we previously reported. The festival runs from September 7 to 17, 2017 and Rachel is expected to attend the festival, most likely for the “Disobedience” screening.