Enemy, The F-Word, Sarah Prefers To Run make it on to annual list.

Enemy, The F-Word, Sarah Prefers To Run have made it on to TIFF’s annual list.

The TIFF hierarchy announced on December 3 its feature and short film selections for the 13th annual Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival.

The 10-day festival is scheduled to run from January 3-12 2014 at TIFF Bell Lightbox and features public screenings of selected films accompanied by introductions and Q&A sessions with film-makers.

Director Denis Villeneuve and Jake Gyllenhaal will appear at TIFF Bell Lightbox on January 5 to discuss their recent collaborations on Prisoners and Enemy (pictured).

The festival will conclude on January 12 with an on-stage conversation between Canadian film-maker John Greyson and Toronto International Film Festival artistic director Cameron Bailey.

“Canadian movies are global movies now, and TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival is the best opportunity to see our country’s creativity on the big screen,” said Bailey. “In addition to 20 terrific films, we will kick off 2014 with exclusive on-stage conversations with Denis Villeneuve, Jake Gyllenhaal and John Greyson — conversations that will capture the ideas that power Canadian film-making.”

Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival feature film selections for 2013 appear below in alphabetical order:

Asphalt Watches
, Shayne Ehman and Seth Scriver  

Enemy, Denis Villeneuve;

The F Word, Michael Dowse;

Gabrielle, Louise Archambault;

Rhymes For Young Ghouls, Jeff Barnaby;

Sarah Préfère La Course (Sarah Prefer To Run), Chloé Robichaud;

Tom À La Ferme (Tom At The Farm), Xavier Dolan;

Vic Et Flo Ont Vu Un Ours (Vic + Flo Saw A Bear), Denis Côté;

Watermark, Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky; and

When Jews Were Funny, Alan Zweig.


Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival short film selections for 2013 appear below in alphabetical order:

A Grand Canal
, Johnny Ma (Maktub Films);

Quelqu’un D’Extraordinaire
(An Extraordinary Person), Monia Chokri;

The Chaperone 3D, Fraser Munden and Neil Rathbone;

The End Of Pinky, Claire Blanchet;

In Guns We Trust, Nicolas Lévesque;

Noah, Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg;

Nous Avions, Stéphane Moukarzel;

Paradise Falls, Fantavious Fritz;

Subconscious Password, Chris Landreth; and

Yellowhead, Kevan Funk.