TIFF To Celebrate Cronenberg

Taken from thegate.ca
I've expounded on the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto before. Home to the Toronto International Film Festival, and an exhibition floor that has over the past few years hosted a range of fascinating displays from around the world. MOMA's Tim Burton show, the Grace Kelly fashions, the exclusive Game of Thrones Season 2 exhibit, the soon to end Designing Bond from the Barbician, and the currently running X-Men Master display. What they have yet to do is create an exhibit on the scale of some of these, for themselves. Until now.

The Lightbox will create, host, and eventually tour a retrospective exhibit of writer and director David Cronenberg, chronicling his long career through props, costumes, interviews, documentation and set-pieces from his 21 films. The exhibit is set to open in Toronto in the fall of 2013, and begin touring sometime in 2014.

So, I guess I know what I'll be doing next fall.

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