Toronto: More Galas and Special Screenings

The Toronto International Film Festival unveiled more films set for gala screenings and special presentations earlier today. Potential contenders like About Ray (more about that one), I Saw the Light, Miss You Already, Our Brand is Crisis, and Truth are now set for world premieres at the fest. Meanwhile, 45 Years and The Witch will make their Canadian debuts.

Check out today’s additions below. Bold indicates films that may become Oscar players.

GALAS (i.e., traditional red-carpet treatment)
Disorder, director Alice Winocour, France/Belgium (North American Premiere)
Man Down, director Dito Montiel, USA (North American Premiere)
Miss You Already, director Catherine Hardwicke, United Kingdom (World Premiere)
Mississippi Grind, directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, USA (Canadian Premiere)
Closing Night Film: Mr. Right, director Paco Cabezas, USA (World Premiere)

45 Years, director Andrew Haigh, United Kingdom (Canadian Premiere)
About Ray, director Gaby Dellal, USA (World Premiere)
Angry Indian Goddesses, director Pan Nalin, India (World Premiere)
Being Charlie, director Rob Reiner, USA (World Premiere)
Body, or Cialo, director Małgorzata Szumowska, Poland (North American Premiere)
Equals, director Drake Doremus, USA (North American Premiere)
I Saw the Light, director Marc Abraham, USA (World Premiere)
London Fields, director Matthew Cullen, United Kingdom/USA (World Premiere)
ma ma, director Julio Medem, Spain/France (International Premiere)
The Meddler, director Lorene Scafaria, USA (World Premiere)
Mr. Six, or Lao Pao Er, director Guan Hu, China (North American Premiere)
Mustang, director Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Turkey/France/Germany (North American Premiere)
My Mother, or Mia Madre, director Nanni Moretti, Italy/France (North American Premiere)
Our Brand is Crisis, director David Gordon Green, USA (World Premiere)
A Tale of Love and Darkness, director Natalie Portman, Israel/USA (North American Premiere)
A Tale of Three Cities, or San Cheng Ji, director Mabel Cheung, China (International Premiere)
Truth, director James Vanderbilt, USA (World Premiere)
The Wave, director Roar Uthaug, Norway (International Premiere)
The Witch, director Robert Eggers, USA/Canada (Canadian Premiere)



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