Saturday, November 26, 2022

More Films Added To The 2021 Toronto International Film Festival

By Matt Neglia 

Today, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) announced more films for their 2021 lineup including the Contemporary World Cinema & Discovery programming. Click here to see the previously announced titles and click below to see what was added today!

Aloners (dir. Hong Sung-eun)
Anatolian Leopard (dir. Emre Kayış)

Are You Lonesome Tonight? (dir. Wen Shipei)
As In Heaven (dir. Tea Lindeburg)
Banquet (dir. Ruth Paxton)
The Box (dir. Lorenzo Vigas)
Costa Brava, Lebanon (dir. Mounia Akl)
The Daughter (dir. Manuel Martín Cuenca)
Dug Dug (dir. Ritwik Pareek)

The Falls (dir. Chung Mong-Hong)
Farha (dir. Darin J. Sallam)
The Game (dir. Ana Lazarevic)

The Good House (dir. Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky)
The Hill Where The Lionesses Roar (dir. Luàna Bajrami)
The Humans (dir. Stephen Karam)
Întregalde (dir. Radu Muntean)
Inu-Oh (dir. Masaaki Yuasa)
Kicking Blood (dir. Blaine Thurier)
La Soga 2 (dir. Manny Perez)
Learn To Swim (dir. Thyrone Tommy)
Lingui, The Sacred Bonds (dir. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun)
Lo Invisible (dir. Javier Andrade)

Maria Chapdelaine (dir. Pilote Sebastien)
Medusa (dir. Anita Rocha da Silveira)
Mothering Sunday (dir. Eva Husson)
Murina (dir. Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović)
Nobody Has To Know (dir. Bouli Lanners)
The Odd-Job Men (dir. Neus Ballus)
The Other Tom (dir. Rodrigo Plá and Laura Santullo)
Out Of Sync (dir. Juanjo Giménez)
Paka (River Of Blood) (dir. Nithin Lukose)

The Power Of The Dog (dir. Jane Campion)
Quickening (dir. Haya Waseem)
Scarborough (dir. Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson)

Silent Night (dir. Camille Griffin)
Snakehead (dir. Evan Jackson Leong)

Sundown (dir. Michel Franco)
Terrorizers (dir. Ho Wi Ding)
To Kill The Beast (dir. Agustina San Martín)
Tug Of War (dir. Amil Shivji)

Unclenching The Fists (dir. Kira Kovalenko)
Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash (dir. Edwin)
The Wheel (dir. Steve Pink)

Whether The Weather Is Fine (dir. Carlo Francisco Manatad)
Wildhood (dir. Bretten Hannam)

Wolf (dir. Nathalie Biancheri)

The festival will run from September 9th -September 18th. What do you think of the lineup so far? The slate is starting to become overwhelmingly massive as it does every year. It’s also giving us a clue as to what will or will not play at Telluride just a few days before the festival begins. There are more titles expected to be announced later on. Anything stand out to you? You can find more information on the lineup and the films here. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below or on our Twitter account.

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Matt Negliahttps://nextbestpicture.com/
Obsessed about the Oscars, Criterion Collection and all things film 24/7. Critics Choice Member.

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