Wednesday, 29 July 2015

TIFF 2015 - FIRST NEW TITLES ADDED


There'll be more, but here are the first additions to the official lineup for the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. TIFF has been the premier launching pad for American awards fare for years now, though the fest's large scale provides plenty of space for indie and international titles to reach buyers and audiences. This year's festival runs between the 10th and the 20th of September. Check out the current slate below:

Galas
  • Beeba Boys (Deepa Mehta)
  • The Dressmaker (Jocelyn Moorhouse)
  • Eye in the Sky (Gavin Hood)
  • Forsaken (Jon Cassar)
  • Freeheld (Peter Sollett)
  • Hyena Road (Paul Gross)
  • Lolo (Julie Delpy)
  • Legend (Brian Helgeland)
  • The Man Who Knew Infinity (Matt Brown)
  • The Martian (Ridley Scott)
  • The Program (Stephen Frears)
  • Remember (Atom Egoyan)
  • Septembers of Shiraz (Wayne Blair)
  • Stonewall (Roland Emmerich)

Special Presentations
  • Anomalisa (Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman)
  • Beasts of No Nation (Cary Fukunaga)
  • Black Mass (Scott Cooper)
  • Brooklyn (John Crowley)
  • The Club (Pablo Larrain)
  • Colonia (Florian Gallenberger)
  • The Danish Girl (Tom Hooper)
  • The Daughter (Simon Stone)
  • Desierto (Jonas Cuaron)
  • Dheepan (Jacques Audiard)
  • Families (Jean-Paul Rappeneau)
  • The Family Fang (Jason Bateman)
  • Guilty (Meghan Gulzar)
  • I Smile Back (Adam Salky)
  • The Idol (Hany Abu-Assad)
  • The Lady in the Van (Nicholas Hytner)
  • Len and Company (Tom Godsall)
  • The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos)
  • Louder Than Bombs (Joachim Trier)
  • Maggie's Plan (Rebecca Miller)
  • Mountains May Depart (Jia Zhang Ke)
  • Office (Johnnie To)
  • Parched (Leena Yadav)
  • Room (Lenny Abrahamson)
  • Sicario (Denis Villeneuve)
  • Son of Saul (Nemes Laszlo)
  • Spotlight (Thomas McCarthy)
  • Summertime (Catherine Corsini)
  • Sunset Song (Terence Davies)
  • Trumbo (Jay Roach)
  • Un Plus Une (Claude Lelouch)
  • Victoria (Sebastian Schipper)
  • Where to Invade Next (Michael Moore)
  • Youth (Paolo Sorrentino)