The Cinematic Appreciation Society of Toronto celebrates the best that 2015 had to offer

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The Cinematic Appreciation Society of Toronto celebrates the best that 2015 had to offer

As the year kicks off with hope and creative abandon, it is also time to reflect as the Cinematic Appreciation Society of Toronto (or CAST) for short have chosen their best for the year that was 2015.  With over 170 different films mentioned, the action juggernaut Mad Max: Fury Road took the top spot over the intense romantic drama of Carol. 

In it’s now sixth year, with a record 41 different voters CAST prides itself on the unique cross section of voices that it brings together in a global cinematic hub like the city of Toronto truly is.  CAST proudly publishes the results from each member every single year and this year’s results from the entire voting body can be read right here. 2015_CAST_results.  In addition, every year they bring together a select group of voters to discuss the results in an annual CASTcast, which you can check out below as some of Toronto’s best and most passionate voices on film discuss the year that was.

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David Voigt, has been a lover of cinema all his life and an actual underpaid critic for a solid 5 years covering everything that the city of Toronto has to offer. He was a content manager in video distribution industry before that and his love of all things cinema goes back to his first moments in awe looking up at the big screen. His 12 years of experience on the home entertainment side of the business have provided him with a unique view on what is worth spending your hard earned entertainment dollars on. Combine that with his unquestioned love of film, David should be your only stop to find out about the best in film, not only in Toronto, but worldwide.