2010 Toronto Film Festival Line-Up

The 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival kicks off shortly and 51 of the major titles to screen at the eleven day event have just been announced.

Sundance and Cannes this year had a few bright spots amidst otherwise bland looking line-ups, Toronto however has the opposite situation with only a few weak entries amongst an extremely strong array of films.

Here’s the full list of what’s set to screen – makes me wish I could be there to cover it.

NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERES:
– Richard J. Lewis’ “Barney’s Version”
– Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan”
– John Madden’s “The Debt”
– Im Sang-Soo’s “The Housemaid”
– Tom Hooper’s “The King’s Speech”
– Francois Ozon’s “Potiche”
– Ben Affleck’s “The Town”
– Mike Leigh’s “Another Year”
– Woody Allen’s “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger”
– Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s “Biutiful”
– Julian Schnabel’s “Miral”
– Stephen Frears’ “Tamara Drewe”
– Sylvain Chomet’s “The Illusionist”
– Kim Jee-woon’s “I Saw the Devil”
– Andrew Lau’s “The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen”
– Tran Anh Hung’s “Norwegian Wood”
– Rachid Bouchareb’s “Outside the Law”
– Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s “A Screaming Man”
– Anurag Kashyap’s “That Girl in Yellow Boots”

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS:
– Mark Romanek’s “Never Let Me Go”
– Mike Mills’ “Beginners”
– John Cameron Mitchell’s “Rabbit Hole”
– John Curran’s “Stone”
– Richard Ayoade’s “Submarine”
– Michael Winterbottom’s “The Trip”
– Nigel Cole’s “Made In Dagenham”
– Eric Lartigau’s “The Big Picture”
– Rowan Joffe’s “Brighton Rock”
– Tony Goldwyn’s “Conviction”
– Kiran Rao’s “Dhobi Ghat”
– Will Gluck’s “Easy A”
– Malcolm Venville’s “Henry’s Crime”
– Ryan Fleck and Anna Bolden’s “It’s Kind Of A Funny Story”
– Pierre Thoretton’s “L’Amour Fou”
– Andrucha Waddington’s “Lope”
– David Schwimmer’s “Trust.”

INTERNATIONAL PREMIERES:
– Philip Seymour Hoffman’s “Jack Goes Boating”
– Danis Tanovic’s “Cirkus Columbia”
– Susanne Bier’s “In a Better World”
– Alain Corneau’s “Love Crime”

CANADIAN PREEMS:
– Derek Cianfrance’s “Blue Valentine”
– Rodrigo Cortes’ “Buried”

OPENING NIGHT:
– Michael McGowan’s “Score: A Hockey Musical”