AGF celebrates Canada's vibrant arts and culture scene. We believe the arts are essential to a thriving community. For decades, AGF has supported organizations that educate and invest in emerging talent, support authors, showcase new cinema and promote musical endeavours to give those in our community the opportunity to enjoy a rich variety of arts and culture. AGF was one of the early supporters of the Canadian Film Centre and the renowned Toronto International Film Festival and has over the years continued to pledge its support.
Encouraged by Blake Goldring's love of film, AGF is a proud sponsor of the Toronto International Film Festival hosting gala screenings for our clients, partners and special guests.
To learn more about the Toronto International Film Festival, visit: www.tiff.net.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) ranks among the most prestigious international film festivals in the world. Each year film lovers, filmmakers, industry professionals and media watch the best in new cinema from established masters and new talent.
As one of the world's most important cultural events, the Festival consistently strives to set the standard for excellence in film programming. Audiences are exposed to the work of emerging talent and masters of the cinema craft from around the world.
The Writers' Trust of Canada is a national charitable organization providing a level of support to writers unmatched by any other non-governmental organization. Through various programs, the Writers' Trust offers opportunity, rewards success and helps foster the growth of a community ensuring that amid the din of competing voices Canadian stories are shared.
At the annual Writers' Trust Gala, AGF hosts a table with a featured author. This event is a celebration of Canadian writing and Canadian authors that brings together the business and arts communities for an evening of creative competition that pits table versus table in a contest of writing talent.
It also includes the Literary Treasure Hunt, a game which invites guests to purchase a wrapped hardcover book in hopes of discovering a fantastic prize hidden inside.
To learn more about The Writers' Trust of Canada, visit: www.writerstrust.com.