TIFF Announcement!

Well, folks, the first batch of titles has been released for The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), and it is FULL OF GOODIES!! September 5th - 15th are gonna be big days in Toronto. They are releasing some of the most anticipated films for the upcoming season, such as John Crowley’s “The Goldfinch” with cinematography by Oscar-winner Roger Deakins, James Mangold’s revved up Matt Damon & Christian Bale flick “Ford v Ferrari”, Todd Phillips’ unexpected and hopeful “Joker”, Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” with Scarlett Johansson & Adam Driver, Steven Soderbergh’s “The Laundromat” with that small actress that nobody heard of, Meryl Streep, and my most anticipated film of the season, Kasi Lemmons’ “Harriet”, starring EGOT hopeful Cynthia Erivo! And there’s MANY more. Keep reading to see the full list!

Remember that this is just the first batch and that we will get more in the coming days!!

Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 5-15.
More information can be found on www.TIFF.net


Opening Night Film (previously announced): “Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band,” directed by Daniel Roher

Closing Night Film: “Radioactive,” directed by Marjane Satrapi

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” directed by Marielle Heller

“Abominable,” directed by Jill Culton

“American Woman,” directed by Semi Chellas

“Blackbird,” directed by Roger Michell

“Clemency,” directed by Chinonye Chukwu

“Ford v Ferrari,” directed by James Mangold

“Harriet,” directed by Kasi Lemmons

“Hustlers,” directed by Lorene Scafaria

“Joker,” directed by Todd Phillips

“Just Mercy,” directed by Destin Daniel Cretton

“Ordinary Love,” directed by Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn

“The Goldfinch,” directed by John Crowley

“The Sky Is Pink,” directed by Shonali Bose

“The Song of Names,” directed by François Girard

“True History of the Kelly Gang,” directed by Justin Kurzel

“Western Stars,” directed by Thom Zimny and Bruce Springsteen


“A Herdade,” directed by Tiago Guedes

“Bad Education,” directed by Cory Finley

“Coming Home Again,” directed by Wayne Wang

“Dolemite Is My Name,” directed by Craig Brewer

“Ema,” directed by Pablo Larraín

“Endings, Beginnings,” directed by Drake Doremus

“Frankie,” directed by Ira Sachs

“Greed,” directed by Michael Winterbottom

“Guest of Honour,” directed by Atom Egoyan

“Heroic Losers (La odisea de los giles),” directed by Sebastian Borensztein

“Honey Boy,” directed by Alma Har’el

“Hope Gap,” directed by William Nicholson

“How to Build a Girl,” Coky Giedroyc

“I Am Woman,” directed by Unjoo Moon

“Jojo Rabbit,” directed by Taika Waititi

“Judy,” directed by Rupert Goold

“Knives Out,” directed by Rian Johnson

“La Belle Époque,” directed by Nicolas Bedos

“Marriage Story,” directed by Noah Baumbach

“Military Wives,” directed by Peter Cattaneo

“Motherless Brooklyn,” directed by Edward Norton

“No. 7 Cherry Lane,” directed by Yonfan

“Pain and Glory,” directed by Pedro Almodóvar

“Parasite (Gisaengchung),” directed by Bong Joon-ho

“Pelican Blood (Pelikanblut),” directed by Katrin Gebbe

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la jeune fille en feu),” directed by Céline Sciamma

“Saturday Fiction (Lan Xin Da Ju Yuan),” directed by Lou Ye

“The Friend,” directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite

“The Laundromat,” directed by Steven Soderbergh

“The Lighthouse,” directed by Robert Eggers

“The Other Lamb,” directed by Malgorzata Szumowska

“The Painted Bird,” directed by Václav Marhoul

“The Personal History of David Copperfield,” directed by Armando Iannucci

“The Report,” directed by Scott Z. Burns

“The Two Popes,” directed by Fernando Meirelles

“Uncut Gems,” directed by Benny Safdie and Josh Safdie

“Weathering With You,” directed by Makoto Shinkai

“While at War (Mientras Dure La Guerra),” directed by Alejandro Amenábar

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