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Toronto International Film Festival announces another stellar line-up

 

The 35th Toronto International Film Festival announces another stellar line-up of films across five programmes, including the newest in cutting-edge filmmaking, international cinematic discoveries and new works from established masters.

MAVERICKS

Notable guests from the world of film and beyond share revealing anecdotes and engage in unforgettable discussions.

Bruce Springsteen Interviewed by Edward Norton: Grammy, Golden Globe and Academy Award®-winning musician Bruce Springsteen visits Toronto for the World Premiere of
The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town : Springsteen will discuss the film as well as the relationship between his music and American filmmaking.
Steve Nash Presents Into the Wind: NBA All-Star and Olympic athlete Steve Nash presents the world premiere of his film about Terry Fox, followed by an extended conversation about sports, cinema and inspiration.

See the entire Mavericks line-up

VISIONS

Films that push boundaries and challenge notions of mainstream cinema.

A genre-defying work of cinematic transcendence, The Four Times (Michelangelo Frammartino) follows the journey of an elderly shepherd through the afterlife.
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow:(Sophie Fiennes) profiles major contemporary artist Anselm Keifer in the style of his work.
The fiercely independent Promises Written in Water (Vincent Gallo) follows a young photographer's efforts to fulfill the dying wishes of a beautiful young woman.

See the entire Visions line-up

VANGUARD

Films that are youthful and irreverent; the cutting edge of contemporary life.

Equal parts black humour and bloody dementia, Cold Fish (Sion Sono) is the true story of a Japanese fish dealer who was responsible for more than 40 murders.
The worlds of a mob enforcer, an escaped convict and an ambitious young business student collide in the explosive thriller Easy Money (Daniel Espinosa).
A bold example of new North African cinema, Microphone (Ahmad Abdalla) remixes fiction and cinema verité as it follows an Egyptian expatriate's exploration of Alexandria's thriving music and arts scene.

See the entire Vanguard line-up

DISCOVERY

Provocative feature films by new and emerging directors.

A married couple (Maria Bello and Michael Sheen) are leveled by news that their 18-year-old son committed a mass shooting before taking his own life in Beautiful Boy (Shawn Ku).
In Ceremony (Max Winkler), a twentysomething guy crashes the wedding of an older woman (Uma Thurman) with whom he's infatuated.

See the entire Discovery line-up

CONTEMPORARY WORLD CINEMA

The best films from every corner of the globe.

Winner of the Camera d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Leap Year (Michael Rowe) follows the sexual exploits of a young woman who ominously anticipates the 29th day of February.
Based on a true incident where a group of monks were killed in Algeria in 1995, Of Gods and Men (Xavier Beauvois) follows the spiritual lifestyle of the priests and the events that lead to the confrontation with a group of insurgents.
Jucy (Louise Alston) follows Jackie and Lucy, best friends who spend all their time together, although not everyone approves of their "womance."

See the entire Contemporary World Cinema line-up

MASTERS

The latest works from the world's greatest filmmakers.

Winner of this year's Palme d'Or, Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (Apichatpong Weerasethakul) takes viewers on a subliminal journey through a cinematic border zone where magic, transmigration of souls and generations of memory cohabit in a highly original masterpiece.
After receiving an envelope containing a video recording of a massacre of Iraqi civilians, a soldier who worked with a private security firm in Iraq sets out to avenge his friend's memory in Route Irish (Ken Loach).
A documentary on Shanghai, I Wish I Knew (Jia Zhangke) portrays a chapter of modern Chinese history through interviews and scenic views of a city in continuous evolution.

See the entire Masters line-up

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