Toronto Classic Movie Festival

Toronto Classic Movie Festival

Toronto Classic Movie Festival

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The Toronto Classic Movie Festival or ClassicFest is an annual event in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which features nostalgia movies from the 1950s and earlier, especially B-movies and film noir classics. The first festival was held in 2004 at the Regent Theatre in Toronto. It presented, as its opening night feature, the "director's cut" version of A Touch of Evil, a movie written, directed, and starring Orson Welles. The festival contributes a portion of its revenue to the local Geneva Centre for Autism. The second festival featured a visit from Yvette Vickers who was unable to attend the previous year due to bad health. That year, the festival's highlight was a late-night screening of Attack of the Killer Leeches, followed by an intimate question and answer session with Ms Vickers, moderated by the festival's program director, Michael McLarney.

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