TORONTO FEST UNVEILS COMPLETE LINEUP
After multiple announcements of films screening at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival that spanned over several weeks, this morning TIFF completed their 2011 lineup by unveiling the titles in its Masters section, participants in its Maverick series and the works in the Discovery and free sections.
Totaling 268 features and 68 shorts, TIFF 2011 will have 123 world debuts from 65 countries.
13 films will screen in the Masters section, including Wim Wenders‘ Pina and Jafar Panahi‘s This is Not a Film. TIFF’s Maverick series, which are conversations with newsmakers, will include Francis Ford Coppola, Deepa Mehta, Albert Maysles, Jonathan Demme, Christopher Plummer, Tilda Swinton, Neil Young and Sony Pictures Classics founders Michael Barker and Tom Bernard. The free programming will include Mark Cousins’ 15-hour documentary The Story of Film: An Odyssey, which will screen throughout the ten-day fest, and the Future Projections installation of James Franco and Gus Van Sant‘s Memories of Idaho.
Tickets for TIFF go on sale Sept. 3.
Here’s the fest’s interactive ticket guide.