TIFF 2013: Docs, Vanguard, City To City, And Cinematheque Programs Announced

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TIFF 2013: Docs, Vanguard, City To City, And Cinematheque Programs Announced

The Toronto International Film Festival has unleashed more huge gulps of its screening lineup for 2013. This batch includes documentaries, the adventurous Vanguard section, the City to City section, which focuses this year on Athens, Greece. and TIFF Cinematheque, showcasing retrospective screenings.

Among the many, many titles that caught my eye: Frank Pavich's documentary Jodorowsky's Dune will receive its North American premiere, sharing the doc stage with the latest work by Mark Cousins (A Story of Children and Film), Frederick Wiseman (At Berkeley, all about the famed American university), and Errol Morris (The Unknown Known, on former U.S. Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld).

In the Vanguard section, Alejandre Aja's Horns will have its world premiere; it's based on Joe Hill's novel and stars Daniel Radcliffe. Also world premiering: Brillante Mendoza's Sapi, said to be a "caustic cultural satire," and the Texas-set noir We Gotta Get Out of This Place, directed by Simon Hawkins and Zeke Hawkins.

(Thanks to Screen Daily for making this available in an easy-to-read format, based on the press release from the festival.)

Premieres key

WP = World Premiere
IP = International Premiere
NAP = North American Premiere
CP = Canadian Premiere


A Story Of Children And Film
Mark Cousins (UK) NAP

Ain't Misbehavin'
Marcel Ophüls (France) NAP

At Berkeley
Frederick Wiseman (US) NAP

Beyond The Edge
Leanne Pooley (New Zealand) WP

Burt's Buzz
Jody Shapiro (Canada) WP

The Dark Matter Of Love
Sarah McCarthy (UK) NAP

The Dog
Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren (US) WP

Faith Connections
Pan Nalin (France/India) WP

Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story
Barry Avrich (Canada) WP

Finding Vivian Maier
John Maloof and Charlie Siskel (US) WP

Hi-Ho Mistahey!
Alanis Obomsawin (Canada) WP

Ignasi M.
Ventura Pons (Spain) WP

Jodorowsky's Dune
Frank Pavich (US) NAP

The Last Of The Unjust
Claude Lanzmann (France/Austria) NAP

The Mayor
Emiliano Altuna Fistolera (Mexico) CP

Chris Jordan (US) WP

Mission Congo
David Turner and Lara Zizic (US) WP

The Square (Al Midan)
Jehane Noujaim (Egypt/US) WP

Tim's Vermeer
Teller (US) WP

The Unknown Known
Errol Morris (US) NAP

Unstable Elements
Madeleine Sackler (US) WP

When Jews Were Funny
Alan Zweig (Canada) WP


The Daughter (I Kori)
Thanos Anastopoulos NAP

The Eternal Return Of Antonis Paraskevas (I Aionia Epistofi Tou Of Antonis Paraskevas)
Elina Psykou NAP

J.A.C.E. - Just Another Confused Elephant
Menelaos Karamaghiolis (Greece/FYROM/Portugal/Turkey) NAP

Miss Violence
Alexandros Avranas NAP

Penny Panayotopoulou (Germany/Greece) NAP

Standing Aside, Watching(Na Kathese Ke Na Kitas)
Yorgos Servetas WP

To The Wolf (Sto Lyko)
Aran Hughes and Christina Koutsospyrou (Greece/UK) NAP

Unfair World (Adikos Kosmos)
Filippos Tsitos, Greece/Germany

Wasted Youth
Argyris Papadimitropoulos and Jan Vogel

Wild Duck
Yannis Sakaridis, Greece WP


An Autumn Afternoon
Yasujiro Ozu (Japan)

Gun Crazy
Joseph H Lewis (US)

Hiroshima Mon Amour
Alain Resnais (France/Japan)

The Lovely Month Of May (Le Joli Mai)
Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme, (France)

Manila in the Claws of Light (Maynila: Sa Mga Kuko Ng Liwanag)
Lino Brocka (Philippines)

Rome, Open City (Roma, Città Aperta)
Roberto Rossellini (Italy)

David Cronenberg (Canada)


Blue Ruin
Jeremy Saulnier (US) NAP

Alex van Warmerdam, (Netherlands/Belgium/Denmark) NAP

The Fake
Yeon Sang-ho WP

People In Places (Gente En Sitios)
Juan Cavestany (Spain) WP

Alexandre Aja (US) WP

Zack Parker (US) WP

The Sacrament
Ti West (US) NAP

Brillante Mendoza (Philippines) WP

Sex, Drugs & Taxation (Spies & Glistrup)
Christoffer Boe (Denmark) IP

Chung Mong-Hong (Taiwan) IP

The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (Belgium/France/Luxembourg) NAP

Thou Gild'st The Even
Onur Ünlü (Turkey) NAP

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
Simon Hawkins and Zeke Hawkins (US) WP

Much more information is available at the festival's official site.

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