Acclaimed South Korean director Hong Sang-Soo returns to the New York Film Festival for the seventh time with Nobody’s Daughter Haewon, a thematically complex yet eloquently simple portrait of a young woman in search of herself.
We're welcoming in the fall with two exciting events: our last free Summer Talk with Nicole Holofcener discussing James Gandolfini and Julia Louis Dreyfus-starrer Enough Said and a celebration of 50 years of the New York Film Festival at the Jacob Burns Center.
Mikkel Nørgaard's The Keeper of Lost Causes, which world premiered at the Locarno Film Festival last month, follows in the tradition of Scandinavian crime dramas that have exploded onto the international scene following the popularity of Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
The Toronto International Film Festival typically has a big Saturday night with many competing events hosted by distribution companies to celebrate their TIFF films, many of which will be headed to the New York Film Festival later this month.
UPDATE: Screenings of Afternoon of a Faun, Bastards, Blue Is the Warmest Color, and Jimmy P. added for October 13! Tickets to these screenings will go on sale Monday, September 9 at 10:00am.
Oscar night is still nearly six months away, but that hasn't stopped insiders in Toronto from proclaiming Steve McQueen's "12 Years A Slave" a frontrunner for best picture.
HBO On Cinema and HBO Directors Dialogues sections return with James Gray, Paul Greengrass, Frederick Wiseman, Agnieszka Holland, and Richard Curtis; Joanna Hogg and Fernando Eimbcke highlighted in Emerging Artists; and Shorts Programs lineup announced.
The Toronto International Film Festival is by any measure a massive event. This year's 38th edition boasts 288 features, which means it's impossible to see everything. FilmLinc takes a look at some of the most hotly anticipated films of the festival having big premieres here.