Friday, December 8, 2023

The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Lineup Has Been Announced

By Matt Neglia 

​The official lineup for the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has been announced. Of course, as always, there are a misture of foreign films, commercial films, Oscar contenders and more!

Click below to see which films will be coming to the popular festival this year.

Here’s a full list of the announced films:

GALAS 2018
“Beautiful Boy,” ​Felix van Groeningen, USA
“Galveston,” ​Mélanie Laurent, USA
“Everybody Knows​,” Asghar Farhadi, Spain/France/Italy
“First Man,” ​Damien Chazelle, USA
“The Hate U Give,” G​eorge Tillman,Jr.,USA
“Hidden Man​,” Jiang Wen, China
“High Life​,” Claire Denis, Germany/France/Poland/United Kingdom
“Husband Material​,” Anurag Kashyap, India
The Kindergarten Teacher,” Sara Colangelo, USA
“The Land of Steady Habits,” ​Nicole Holofcener, USA
“Life Itself,” ​Dan Fogelman, USA
“The Public,” ​Emilio Estevez, USA
“Red Joan,” ​Sir​ ​Trevor Nunn, United Kingdom
“A Star is Born,” ​Bradley Cooper, USA
“Shadow,” Z​hang Yimou, China
“What They Had,” ​Elizabeth Chomko, USA
“Widows,” ​Steve M​cQ​ueen, United Kingdom/USA

“Ben is Back,” ​Peter Hedges, USA
“Burning,” L​ee Chang-dong, South Korea
“Can You Ever Forgive Me?” ​Marielle Heller, USA
“Capernaum​,” Nadine Labaki, Lebanon
“Cold War,” P​aweł Pawlikowski, Poland/UnitedKingdom/France
Colette,” W​ash Westmoreland, United Kingdom
“Dogman,” ​Matteo Garrone, Italy/France
“The Front Runner,” ​Jason Reitman, USA
“Giant Little Ones,” K​with Behrman, Canada
“Girls of the Sun (Les filles du soleil),” ​Eva Husson, France
“Hotel Mumbai,” ​Anthony Maras, Australia
“The Hummingbird Project​,” Kim Nguyen, Canada
“Maya,” ​Mia Hansen-Løve, France
“Manto,” ​Nandita Das, India
“Monsters and Men,” R​einaldo Marcus Green, USA
“Mouthpiece,” P​atricia Rozema, Canada
“Non-Fiction​,” Olivier Assayas, France
“Old Man & the Gun,” ​David Lowery, USA
“Papi Chulo,” J​ohn Butler, Ireland
“Roma​,” Alfonso Cuarón, Mexico/USA
”Shoplifters,”​ Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan
“The Sisters Brothers,” ​Jacques Audiard, USA/France/Romania/Spain
“Sunset,” ​László Nemes, Hungary/France
“Through Black Spruce,” D​on McKellar, Canada
“The Weekend​,” Stella Meghie, USA
“Where Hands Touch,” A​mma Asante, United Kingdom
“White Boy Rick,” ​Yann Demange, USA
Wildlife​,” Paul Dano, USA

The festival runs from September 6th till the 16th. What do you think of the lineup? Don’t worry if some of your favorites are missing. More will be announced in the coming days ahead. What are you most looking forward to? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Matt Neglia
Matt Neglia
Obsessed about the Oscars, Criterion Collection and all things film 24/7. Critics Choice Member.

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