TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES MIDNIGHT MOVIES AND MORE than 60 other films that will be screening

HEY BASTARDS.

 

 

The Toronto International Film Festival announced their infamous Midnight Movies today along with an extensive list of other films that will be screening at the festival. In addition to anticipated horror anthology THE ABCs OF DEATH, Don Coscarelli’s JOHN DIES AT THE END will be screened, along with Rob Zombie’s LORDS OF SALEM along with ten other flicks that will rock the late night crowd. Here’s the full list of the newly added films.
 
MIDNIGHT MADNESS
“The ABCs of Death,” anthology (26 directors)
“Aftershock,” Nicolas Lopez
“The Bay,” Barry Levinson
“Come Out and Play,” Makinov
“Dredd,” Pete Travis
“Hellbenders,” JT Petty
“John Dies at the End,” Don Coscarelli
“The Lords of Salem,” Rob Zombie
“No One Lives,” Ryuhei Kitamura
“Seven Psychopaths,” Martin McDonagh
 

DOCUMENTARIES
“9.79*,” Daniel Gordon
“Artifact,” Bartholomew Cubbins
“A World Not Ours,” Mahdi Fleifel
“The Act of Killing,” Joshua Oppenheimer
“As if We Were Watching a Cobra,” Hala Alabdalla
“Camp 14 – Total Control Zone,” Marc Wiese
“The Central Park Five,” Ken Burns, David McMahon and Sarah Burns
“Far Out Isn’t Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story,” Brad Bernstein
“Fidai,” Damien Ounouri
“First Comes Love,” Nina Davenport
“The Gatekeepers,” Dror Moreh
“The Girl From the South,” Jose Luis Garcia
“How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” Matthew Cooke
“Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp,” Jorge Hinojosa
“London – The Modern Babylon,” Julien Temple
“Lunacy!,” Simon Ennis
“Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in th House of God,” Alex Gibney
“Men at Lunch,” Sean O Cualain
“More Than Honey,” Markus Imhoof
“No Place on Earth,” Janet Tobias
“Reincarnated,” Andrew Capper
“Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out,” Marina Zenovich
“The Secret Disco Revolution,” Jamie Kastner
“Shepard & Dark,” Treva Wurmfeld
“Show Stopper: The Theatrical Life of Garth Drabinsky,” Barry Avrich
“State 194,” Dan Setton
“Storm Surfers 3D,” Christopher Nelius and Justin McMillan
“The Walls of Dakar,” Abdoul Aziz Cisse,” Senegal
“Bestiaire,” Denis Cote (Wavelengths section)
“The End of Time,” Peter Mettler (Masters section)
 

CITY TO CITY
“The Bright Day,” Mohit Takalkar
“Gangs of Wasseypur – Part One,” Anurag Kashyap
“Gangs of Wasseypur – Part Two,” Anurag Kashyap
“Ishaqzaade,” Habib Faisal
“Miss Lovely,” Ashim Ahluwalia
“Mumbai’s King,” Manjeet Singh
“Peddlers,” Vasan Bala
“Shahid,” Hansal Mehta
“Shanghai,” Dibakar Banerjee
“Ship of Theseus,” Anand Gandhi
 

CINEMATHEQUE
“The Bitter Ash,” Larry Kent
“The Cloud Capped Star,” Ritwik Ghatak
“Dial M for Murder,” Alfred Hitchcock
“Loin du Vietnam,” Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Agnes Varda, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais
“Stromboli,” Roberto Rossellini
“Tess,” Roman Polanski
TIFF KIDS
“Ernest & Celestine,” Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar and Stephane Aubier
“Finding Nemo 3D,” Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich
“Hotel Transylvania,” Genndy Tartakovsky
“Igor & the Cranes’ Journey,” Evgeny Ruman
 

VANGUARD
“90 Minutes,” Eva Sorhaug
“Bejing Flickers,” Zhang Yuan
“Berberian Sound Studio,” Peter Strickland
“Blondie,” Jesper Ganslandt
“Here Comes the Devil,” Adrian Garcia Bogliano
“iLL Manors,” Ben Drew
“Motorway,” Soi Cheang
“Painless,” Juan Carlos Medina
“Peaches Does Herself,” Peaches
“Pusher,” Luis Prieto
“Room 237,” Rodney Ascher
“Sightseers,” Ben Wheatley
“Thale,” Aleksander Nordaas
“The We and the I,” Michel Gondry
 

For more festival information including their latest additions, visit their website here.

 

SEE YOU ON FORTY DEUCE,
 
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