Michael McGowan's One Week starring Joshua Jackson, Liane Balaban and Campbell Scott and Kari Skogland's Fifty Dead Men Walking with Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley, Rose McGowan and Kevin Zegers have joined the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival's line-up of Canadian gala presentations.

Special Presentations include Deepa Mehta's Heaven On Earth, Fernando Meirelles' Blindness and Philippe Falardeau's C'est Pas Moi, Je Le Jure! These titles join Atom Egoyan's previously announced Adoration.

This year's Canadian Open Vault selection is François Girard's 1993 feature 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould, while Canada First! opens with Neil Burns's Edison And Leo, Canada's first stop-motion animated feature.

Additional Canada First! titles include Marie-Helene Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu's Before Tomorrow, Warren Sonada's Cooper's Camera, Justin Simms' Down To The Dirt, Charles Officer's Nurse. Fighter. Boy, Ingrid Veninger and Simon Reynolds' Only, Randall Cole's Real Time, Terry Miles' When Life Was Good and Cameron Labine's Control Alt Delete.

Contemporary World Cinema titles include Rodrigue Jean's Lost Song, Lea Pool's Maman Est Chez Le Coiffeur, Carl Bessai's Mothers & Daughters, Francis Leclerc's Un Ete Sans Point Ni Coup Sur and Toronto Stories from film-makers Sook-Yin Lee, Sudz Sutherland, David Weaver and Aaron Woodley.

The Real To Reel programme includes Malcolm Rogge's Under Rich Earth, Astra Taylor's Examined Life and Luc Bourdon's La Memoire Des Anges. Among the Vanguard entries are Bruce McDonald's Pontypool and Rafael Ouellet's Derriere Moi.

Short Cuts Canada presents 38 films from the likes of Denis Villeneuve with Next Floor, Guy Edoin with La Battue and Helen Lee with Hers At Last.

The fifth Canadian Initiatives' Talent Lab offers artistic development opportunities to 22 emerging film-makers in a four-day programme. This year's governors include Olivier Assayas and UK producer Stephen Woolley.

The 33rd Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 4-13.