Two more TIFF 2010 programming announcements recently came out – the Visions program, which features films that push boundaries and broaden our perspectives of mainstream cinema, and the Vanguard program, a series of films showcasing the more cutting edge.
The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu (Andrei Ujica, Romania) North American Premiere
Brownian Movement (Nanouk Leopold, The Netherlands/Germany/Belgium) World Premiere
The Ditch (Wang Bing, France/Belgium) North American Premiere
The Four Times (Michelangelo Frammartino, Italy/Germany/Switzerland) Canadian Premiere
k.364 A Journey by Train (Douglas Gordon, United Kingdom/Germany/France) North American Premiere
Moscow 11:19:31 (Michael Nyman, United Kingdom) North American Premiere
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow (Sophie Fiennes, U.K./France/The Netherlands) North American Premiere
Promises Written in Water (Vincent Gallo, USA) North American Premiere
Summer of Goliath (NicolaÌ€s Pereda, Mexico/Canada/Netherlands) North American Premiere
A Useful Life (Federico Veiroj, Uruguay) International Premiere
Previously announced Visions titles include Trois Temps Apres La Mort D’Anna (Catherine Martin) and Curling (Denis CoÌ‚teÌ).
At Ellen’s Age (Pia Marais, Germany) North American Premiere
The Christening (Marcin Wrona, Poland) International Premiere
Cold Fish ( Sion Sono, Japan) North American Premiere
Confessions (Tetsuya Nakashima, Japan) Canadian Premiere
Easy Money (Daniel Espinosa, Sweden) North American Premiere
A Horrible Way to Die (Adam Wingard, USA) World Premiere
Kaboom (Gregg Araki, USA/France) North American Premiere
L.A. Zombie (Bruce LaBruce, Germany/USA/France) North American Premiere
Microphone (Ahmad Abdalla, Egypt) World Premiere
Monsters (Gareth Edwards, United Kingdom) Canadian Premiere
Our Day Will Come (Romain Gavras, France) World Premiere
For more information on the films, or to purchase tickets, please see the TIFF website.