Notting Hill writer Richard Curtis's directorial debut Love Actually will finally be premiered at the TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL, Canada, next month (SEP03).

The London-based comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Keira Knightley, will be presented as a work in progress at the festival, which runs from 4 to 13 September.

The ensemble features 10 intertwining love stories, including one where the British Prime Minister, played by TWO WEEKS NOTICE star Grant, falls in love with a tea girl.

The Toronto Film Festival will also premiere Philip Saville's THE GOSPEL OF JOHN, a three-hour contemporary version of the disciple's life, narrated by Christopher Plummer and starring HENRY IAN CUSICK as Jesus Christ.

10/08/2003 14:08