After graduating from York, singer-songwriter Amanda Martinez (IMBA '99) started working in the International Trade Finance Department at TD Bank. But things changed when she decided to pursue music taking a big risk by "jumping off a cliff to follow her heart." She's since headlined the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York, the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, and the Pan American Games in Mexico and Canada. Read more.
There will be no shortage of York alumni at the 45th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). While this year’s festival, which takes place from September 10-19, will be slightly reimagined to meet COVID-19 guidelines, the show will go on. Many of the talented directors, actors, producers and cinematographers behind the much-anticipated selection of films are proud York graduates. Read more.
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