Alliance Live gives fans coveted tickets and exclusive peek into TIFF

Bradley Cooper signing autographs for fans outside the Silver Linings Playbook premiere. Photo courtesy of Alliance Live.

This year, Alliance Films has a brilliant slate of films screening in TIFF such as opening gala film Looper (Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Silver Linings Playbook (Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro), and Anna Karenina (Keira Knightly), and more.

Keira Knightly on the red carpet for Anna Karenina, a visionary adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel about a society woman torn between loyalty to her husband and the desires of her heart. Photo courtesy of Alliance Live.

Eva Mendes stars in The Place Beyond the Pines, a multi-generational crime drama shot on location in Schenectady, New York that premiered at the Princess of Wales Theatre. Photo courtesy of Alliance Live.

Alliance has also set up a fantastic site, alliancelive.ca, which offers behind-the-scenes access, exclusive content for fans and film lovers at TIFF.

 Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson at the premiere of Inescapable, a political thriller from Canadian Director, Ruba Nadda. Photo courtesy of Alliance Live.

Red carpet coverage and interviews with some of the industry’s biggest names are available for viewing on the site. A personal favourite of mine is this interview with Noah Segal, Executive Vice President of Alliance Films, who talks about what goes on in film festivals like TIFF (see video below).

The site features contests, where lucky winners can score tickets to films for re-tweeting with the hashtag #ALLTIFF and #TIFF12. The site also encourages fans to look out for the smart fortwo x Alliance Live cars at key festival locations for a chance to win a Dell computer, a Blu-Ray Player, and Blu-Rays. 

See video

More in Film

Marguerite Pigott will be a featured panelist at the American Film Market 2018

Marguerite Pigott at the American Film Market: Gender Diversity Panel 2018

Marguerite Pigott, Vice President of Outreach and Strategic Initiatives for the Canadian Media Producers Association, will be a featured guest at the American Film Market 2018

VIFF chinoiserie: Taiwan island fever, mainland navel-gazing

Taiwan's Hsiao Ya-chuan upholds Hou Hsiao-hsien lineage; PRC documentarian world-premieres her narrative film debut; director-producer duo Nai An and Yang Mingming co-star in feminist tragicomedy

A dog lover’s cinematic delight, Spielberg’s dip back into the 1980s and another expose of a financial racket

Also the emotional life story of a BC slam poet, and three new films from France (one about the country our peacekeepers are going to)
Speak up about this article on Facebook or Twitter. Do this by liking Vancouver Observer on Facebook or following us @Vanobserver on Twitter. We'd love to hear from you.