Toronto TIFF generic Connie Tsang

Source: Connie Tsang

Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) organisers on Tuesday (September 1) announced a selection of 30 global acquisition titles outside the Official Selection.

TIFF Industry Selects titles hail from 29 countries and have been hand-picked by TIFF’s industry and festival programming teams and will screen to accredited users on the festival’s dedicated press and industry platform, TIFF Digital Cinema Pro. Industry registration closes on September 2.

2020 TIFF Industry Selects Titles:

A Good Man (France) Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar

After Love (UK) Aleem Khan

And Tomorrow The Entire World (Germany/France) Julia Von Heinz

Apples (Greece) Christos Nikou

Baby Done (New Zealand) Curtis Vowell

Falling For Figaro (Australia/UK) Ben Lewin

The Garden (Iceland) Ragnar Bragason

Here We Are (Israel/Italy) Nir Bergman

Holler (USA) Nicole Riegel

In Between Dying (Azerbaijan/Mexico/USA) Hilal Baydarov

Karnawal (Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Mexico/Norway) Juan Pablo Félix

The Kid Detective (Canada) Evan Morgan

Kill It and Leave This Town (Poland) Mariusz Wilczynski

La Verónica (Chile) Leonardo Medel

Like a House On Fire (Canada) Jesse Noah Klein

Lovers (France) Nicole Garcia

Magic Mountains (Netherlands) Urszula Antoniak

Monday (UK/Greece/USA) Argyris Papadimitropoulos

The Monopoly Of Violence (France) David Dufresne

My Best Part (France) Nicolas Maury

My Heart Goes Boom! (Spain/Italy) Nacho Álvarez

My Name is Francesco Totti (Italy) Alex Infascelli

Passion Simple (France/Belgium/Lebanon) Danielle Arbid

Saint-Narcisse (Canada) Bruce LaBruce

Shorta (Denmark) Anders Ølholm, Frederik Louis Hviid

Should the Wind Drop (France/Armenia/Belgium) Nora Martirosyan

Sweat (Poland/Sweden) Magnus von Horn

The Ties (Italy) Daniele Luchetti

Tove (Finland/Sweden) Zaida Bergroth

The Translator (Syria/France/Belgium/Switzerland/Qatar) Rana Kazkaz, Anas Khalaf.

“As always, the industry will have a strong and healthy line-up of content to watch and add to their slates,” said said Geoff Macnaughton, senior director, industry and theatrical. ”International buyers rely on Toronto to discover and buy the best cinema from across the globe, and we’re thrilled to support them this year with the TIFF Industry Selects distinction.”

The TIFF Industry Selects programme is supported by National Promotional Agencies including German Films, the Icelandic Film Centre, Istituto Luce Cinecittà, the Israel Film Fund, Spain’s Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales, the New Zealand Film Commission, and the Polish Film Institute.

Film professionals can access Industry Selects, Official Selection titles, and private screenings by registering for the Digital Pro Pass, which also includes the online Industry Conference events and online networking tools for producers, buyers, sales agents, and film creators.

Visit the official TIFF site here. The 45th Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 10–19.