Toronto International Film Festival has unveiled more films in its programme. Notable new world premieres include Matt Reeves’ Let Me In, Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter, and Dustin Lance Black’s What’s Wrong With Virginia.
The festival will close with the world premiere Gala presentation of Massy Tadjedin’s Last Night, starring Keira Knightley, Eva Mendes, Sam Worthington and Guillaume Canet.
As previously reported, Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours will also screen as a Special Presentation.
The festival has also unveiled its Midnight Madness selections, programmed by Colin Geddes. Those selections include the world premieres of John Carpenter’s The Ward; Guy Moshe’s Bunraku starring Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore and Josh Hartnett; and James Wan’s Insidious starring Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey and Patrick Wilson.
Geddes said: ““From the streets of Hong Kong to a post-apocalyptic, vampire-plagued United States, from a town run by Kung Fu killers to the oil fields of Alberta, this year’s Midnight Madness selection will take audiences into worlds that are sure to excite, shock and thrill.”
127 Hours,dir. Danny Boyle (US) [world premiere]
Amigo, dir. John Sayles (US) [world premiere]
Deep in the Woods, dir. Benoit Jacquot (France/Germany) [Toronto premiere]
Everything Must Go, dir. Dan Rush (US) [world premiere]
Gorbaciòf - The Cashier who Liked Gambling, dir. Stefano Incerti (Italy) [international premiere]
Hereafter, dir. Clint Eastwood (UK) [world premiere]
The House by the Medlar Tree, dir. Pasquale Scimeca (Italy) [international premiere]
I’m Still Here, dir. Casey Affleck (US) [international premiere]
Julia’s Eyes,dir. Guillem Morales (Spain) [world premiere]
The Last Circus, dir. Álex de la Iglesia (Spain/France) [North American premiere]
Let Me In, dir. Matt Reeves (UK/US) [world premiere]
Mothers, dir. Milcho Manchevski (Macedonia/France/Bulgaria) [world premiere]
Passion, dir. John Turturro (Italy) [North American premiere]
Passion Play, dir. Mitch Glazer (US) [world premiere]
The Poll Diaries,dir. Chris Kraus (Germany/Austria/Estonia) [world premiere]
Rio Sex Comedy, dir. Jonathan Nossiter (France/Brazil) [world premiere]
Special Treatment, dir. Jeanne Labrune (France/Luxembourg/Belgium) [world premiere]
What’s Wrong With Virginia,dir. Dustin Lance Black (US) [world premiere]
Bunraku, dir. Guy Moshe (US) [world premiere]
The Butcher, The Chef and the Swordsman, dir. Wuershan (Hong Kong/China/US) [world premiere]
Fire of Conscience,dir.Dante Lam (Hong Kong/China) [North American premiere]
Fubar II, dir. Michael Dowse (Canada) [opening night, world premiere, previously announced]
Insidious, dir. James Wan (US) [world premiere]
Red Nights,dirs. Julien Carbon, Laurent Courtiaud (Hong Kong/China/France) [world premiere]
Stake Land, dir. Jim Mickle (US) [world premiere]
SUPER, dir. James Gunn (US) [world premiere]
Vanishingon 7th Street, dir.Brad Anderson (US) [world premiere]
The Ward, dir. John Carpenter (US) [world premiere]