The Case Of TIFF’s Disappearing Louis C.K. Podcast
The Case Of TIFF’s Disappearing Louis C.K. Podcast
After The New York Times published its exposé on the comedian, TIFF scrubbed traces of a love-in at the 2017 festival.

This story is an epilogue of sorts to our feature concerning TIFF’s 2014 rejection of a documentary that exposed sexual abuse in Hollywood.

“It might seem clear, but what inspired you to make this story?” Cameron Bailey asked Louis C.K. during the Q&A that followed the premiere of his film I Love You, Daddy at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Bailey is the artistic director of TIFF, who will also become co-head of the organization when longtime CEO Piers Handling retires later this month.

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