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Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina.
Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina.

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TIFF list: the playbill for 2012 Add to ...

(For an updated list, check the TIFF website.)

OPENING-NIGHT GALA

Looper, Rian Johnson (USA), world premiere

GALAS

A Royal Affair, Nikolai Arcel (Denmark/Sweden/Czech Republic/Germany), North American premiere

Argo, Ben Affleck (USA), world premiere

The Company You Keep, Robert Redford (USA), North American premiere

Dangerous Liaisons, Hur Jin-ho (China), North American premiere

English Vinglish, Gauri Shinde (India), world premiere

Free Angela & All Political Prisoners, Shola Lynch (USA/France), world premiere

Great Expectations, Mike Newell (U.K.), world premiere

Hyde Park on Hudson, Roger Michell (U.K.), world premiere

Inescapable, Ruba Nadda (Canada), world premiere

Jayne Mansfield’s Car, Billy Bob Thornton (USA/Russia), North American premiere

Love, Marilyn, Liz Garbus (USA), world premiere

Midnight’s Children, Deepa Mehta (Canada/U.K.), world premiere

The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Mira Nair (USA), North American premiere

Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell (USA), world premiere

Thermae Romae, Hideki Takeuchi (Japan), North American premiere

Twice Born, Sergio Castellitto (Italy/Spain/Croatia), world premiere

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

A Few Hoursof Spring, Stéphane Brizé (France), North American premiere

Anna Karenina, Joe Wright (U.K.), international premiere

At Any Price, Ramin Bahrani (U.K./USA), North American premiere

The Attack, Ziad Doueiri (France), world premiere

Byzantium, Neil Jordan (U.K.), world premiere

Capital, Costa-Gavras (France), world premiere

Caught in the Web, Chen Kaige (Japan/China), international premiere

Cloud Atlas, Tom Tykwer, Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski (USA), world premiere

The Deep (Djúpið), Baltasar Kormákur (Iceland/Norway), world premiere

Dormant Beauty, Marco Bellocchio (Italy/France), international premiere

Dreams for Sale, Nishikawa Miwa (Japan), world premiere

End of Watch, David Ayer (USA), world premiere

Everybody Has a Plan, Ana Piterbarg (Argentina), international premiere

Foxfire, Laurent Cantet (France/Canada), world premiere

Frances Ha, Noah Baumbach (USA), world premiere

Ginger and Rosa, Sally Potter (U.K.), world premiere

Hannah Arendt, Margarethe von Trotta (Germany), world premiere

The Hunt, Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark), North American premiere

The Iceman, Ariel Vromen (USA) North American premiere

Imogene, Robert Pulcini, Shari Springer Berman (USA), world premiere

The Impossible, J.A. Bayona (Spain/USA), world premiere

In the House, François Ozon (France), world premiere

Kon-Tiki, Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg (U.K./Norway/Denmark), international premiere

The Last Supper, Lu Chuan (China), world premiere

A Late Quartet, Yaron Zilberman (USA), world premiere

A Liar’s Autobiography – The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman, Ben Timlett, Bill Jones, Jeff Simpson (U.K.), world premiere

Lore, Cate Shortland (Australia/U.K./Germany), North American premiere

Mr. Pip, Andrew Adamson (New Zealand), world premiere

Much Ado About Nothing, Joss Whedon (USA), world premiere

No, Pablo Larraín (Chile/USA), North American premiere

Outrage Beyond, Takeshi Kitano (Japan), North American premiere

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky (USA), world premiere

The Place Beyond the Pines, Derek Cianfrance (USA), world premiere

Quartet, Dustin Hoffman (U.K.), world premiere

Reality, Matteo Garrone (Italy/France), North American premiere

Rust and Bone, Jacques Audiard (France/Belgium), North American premiere

The Sapphires, Wayne Blair (Australia), North American premiere

The Sessions, Ben Lewin (USA), international premiere

Tai Chi 0, Stephen Fung (China), North American premiere

Thanks for Sharing, Stuart Blumberg (USA), world premiere

The Time Being, Nenad Cicin-Sain (USA), world premiere

To the Wonder, Terrence Malick (USA), North American premiere

Venus & Serena, Maiken Baird (USA), world premiere

Writers, Josh Boone (USA), world premiere

Zaytoun, Eran Riklis (U.K./Israel), world premiere

The Toronto International Film Festival runs from Sept. 6 to 16.

 

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