Published Aug 05, 2015As the annual Toronto International Film Festival quickly approaches its 40th edition, its lineup continues to expand. Already overwhelmed with its galas and special presentations, we're excited to announce even more exciting programming as the fest has rounded out its lineup with more films.
Special presentations include Robert Budreau's Born to Be Blue, Patricia Rozema's Into the Forest and Guy Édoin's Ville-Marie.
Documentaries under include Brian D. Johnson's Al Purdy Was Here, Patrick Reed and Michelle Shephard's Guantanamo's Child: Omar Khadr, Mina Shum's Ninth Floor, Avi Lewis' This Changes Everything and Geneviève Dulude-De Celles' Welcome To F.L..
The Discovery film series includes Stephen Dunn's Closet Monster, Adam Garnet Jones' Fire Song, Kire Paputts' The Rainbow Kid, Jamie M Dagg's River and Andrew Cividino's Sleeping Giant. The Vanguard series includes André Turpin's Endorphine, Bruce McDonald's Hellions and Mark Sawers' No Men Beyond This Point.
Under Contemporary World Cinema, films include Kazik Radwanski's How Heavy This Hammer, Anne Émond's Our Loved Ones, Philippe Falardeau's My Internship in Canada and Igor Drljaca's The Waiting Room.
Finally, the Wavelength section includes Isiah Medina's 88:88, Evan Johnson and Guy Maddin's The Forbidden Room, Mark Lewis' Invention, Nicolás Pereda's Minotaur, Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson and Galen Johnson's Bring Me the Head of Tim Horton, A Living Poster and Galen Johnson's The Forbidden Room, Tony Romano and Corin Sworn's La Giubba and Annie MacDonnell and Maïder Fortuné's Stories Are Meaning-Making Machines.
TIFF runs from September 10 to 20. More information on the festival is available here.