Belfast, directed by Kenneth Branagh won the People’s Choice Award at the 46th Toronto International Film Festival.
Toronto International Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Toronto International Film Festival
WHERE: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: TIFF is dedicated to presenting the best of international and Canadian cinema to film lovers. Our vision is to lead the world in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image. What began as a ten-day film festival has grown to embrace programming 365 days a year. TIFF offers screenings, lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops, industry support and the chance to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the world.
“We are thrilled to announce that Anatolian Leopard has received the 2021 FIPRESCI Jury Award,” said Diana Sanchez, Senior Director, Film, TIFF.
Here is the first look clip from Saloum, the Senegalese supernatural thriller from writer/director Jean Luc Herbulot.
PAKA (River of Blood) directed by Nithin Lukose is world premiering at Toronto International Film Festival.
Watch the First Clip for NEPTUNE FROST, Rwandan Sci-fi Punk Musical Film by Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman
An Afro-sonic sci-fi musical … Set in past-, future- and present-day Rwanda – TIFF.
“I carry an ancient pain that I struggle to understand.” – Rebeca “Beba” Huntt.
Sundown, Michel Franco’s chilling drama, stars Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Watch Teaser Trailer for THE DEVIL’S DRIVERS – Documentary on Palestinian Smugglers Helping Workers Cross the Border for Work
The Devil’s Drivers follows Palestinian smugglers on high-speed trips to help workers cross the border.
The film, focusing on a group of friends that comes together for an eventful Christmas dinner, stars Keira Knightley.
Watch First Trailer for COMALA, Gian Cassini’s Documentary on Personal Journey in Search of His Absent Father
Comala follows director Gian Cassini on his personal journey in search for his absent father, discovering the ghosts of Mexico’s failed war on drugs along the way.
Watch the first look clip from Huda’s Salon, the “feminist thriller” film directed by Hany Abu-Assad.
The slow-burning psychological horror film stars Sienna Guillory, Jessica Alexander, Ruby Stokes and Lindsay Duncan.