Complete List of Toronto International Film Festival Films

Contributing Writer; Toronto, Canada (@triflic)
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The TIFF website just posted their complete line up for the 2005 festival. Browse away at the 300+ films and shorts offered at one of the largest North American festivals.

Here are many of the highlights. Some of these have been announced previously, but bear mentioning again. (links go to ScreenAnarchy articles):

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
Bangkok Loco
Banlieue 13
The District!
Evil Aliens
The Great Yokai War

Sha Po Lang

Seven Swords
The Myth
The President's Last Bang

Citizen Dog
Dear Wendy
Battle in Heaven
Adam's Apples
The Time Which Remains

A History of Violence
Where the Truth Lies
Oliver Twist

Walk the Line
Pusher I, II, and III
Brokeback Mountain
Douglas Coupland's Souvenir of Canada
Richard E. Grant's Wah-Wah
Vincent Ward's River Queen
Neil Jordan's Breakfast on Pluto
Steven Soderbergh's Bubble
Sturla Gunnarsson's Beowulf and Grendel

John Turturro's musical Romance & Cigarettes
Michael Winterbottom's Tristam Shandy
Abel Ferrara's Mary

And the proverbial, MANY MORE...go now and look.

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Todd BrownAugust 24, 2005 2:18 AM

Beat me to it ... I just got back from the press announcement ... very surprised both The Myth and Revolver are getting the Gala treatment ... they announced Chan will be attending for The Myth. Ritchie, Liotta and Statham will all be here for Revolver.

Todd BrownAugust 24, 2005 2:52 AM

Yeah, there are a few notable omissions ...

No Election. No Loft. No Tom Yum Goong (thanks to TF1 for that). No Nordkraft, which I was really hoping for but I imagine running all three Pusher films (hurray!) ate a lot of their Scando-slots.

But really, the lineup's fantastic so getting picky about what's not there is a little silly ...

The High Monkey MonkAugust 24, 2005 9:49 AM

What happened to THE DESCENT? I had heard from a number of "insiders" that it was a definite for MM. Shows what they know.

reneedoAugust 24, 2005 11:41 AM

Hey, looks like Walk The Line will be showing on the 13th. And here's one for Dave--Metal: A Headbanger's Journey.

Kurt HalfyardAugust 24, 2005 8:05 PM

Looks like THE DESCENT will screen at Venice instead...too bad for the Toronto Locals...

here for details

opusAugust 26, 2005 11:45 AM

Also a new Majidi film, The Willow Tree. Sigh...