Film Festivals
Canada's Top Ten Films in 2004
By The Toronto International Film Festival Group
Dec 16, 2004, 18:03

The Toronto International Film Festival Group is proud to announce the recipients of Canada's Top Ten 2004. Established in 2001, Canada's Top Ten celebrates the finest in Canadian cinema as voted on by an independent panel of filmmakers, programmers, academics, journalists and industry professionals from across the country.

Canada’s Top Ten 2004 in alphabetical order:

- CHILDSTAR directed by Don McKellar
- ELLES ETAIENT CINQ directed by Ghyslaine Côté
- I, CLAUDIA directed by Chris Abraham
- IT’S ALL GONE PETE TONG directed by Michael Dowse
- RYAN directed by Chris Landreth
- SAINT RALPH directed by Michael McGowan
- SCAREDSACRED directed by Velcrow Ripper
ROMÉO DALLAIRE directed by Peter Raymont
- LA PEAU BLANCHE directed by Daniel Roby
- WHAT REMAINS OF US directed by François Prévost
and Hugo Latulippe

As part of our ongoing celebration of Canada’s Top Ten, this year’s selection plus two panel discussions will be presented from January 28 - February 5, 2005 at Cinematheque Ontario.

Tickets are available starting December 15, 2004 at the year-round Box Office: Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor Street West (main floor, north entrance), and online at
Phone: 416-967-FILM

Purchase a Passport to Canada’s Top Ten which includes tickets to four films and one panel discussion for $31.25 ($26.25 for students and seniors) or single tickets for $7 ($6 for students and seniors). Last year’s tickets sold out fast, so get your tickets before they’re gone!

for more information on these exciting events visit:

As well, three of the directors with films in Canada's Top Ten were interviewed during the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival®, and video clips can be found in the Filmmakers Forum section of the Festival's Official Website:

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