Sunday, November 27, 2022

The 2022 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Lineup

​While we await the full official lineup for the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival (supposedly dropping next week), the festival announced a massive dump of films earlier this morning for their Gala and Special Presentations.

Click below to see which films will be a part of this year’s festival.

* Marks a previously announced title

GALA PRESENTATIONS 2022
Alice, Darling 
Mary Nighy | Canada, USA
World Premiere

Black Ice 
Hubert Davis | Canada
World Premiere

The Greatest Beer Run Ever
Peter Farrelly | USA
World Premiere

Butcher’s Crossing 
Gabe Polsky | USA
World Premiere

The Hummingbird 
Francesca Archibugi | Italy, France
World Premiere

Hunt
Lee Jung-jae | South Korea
North American Premiere

A Jazzman’s Blues 
Tyler Perry | USA
World Premiere

Kacchey Limbu 
Shubham Yogi | India
World Premiere

Moving On 
Paul Weitz | USA
World Premiere

Paris Memories 
Alice Winocour | France
North American Premiere

Prisoner’s Daughter 
Catherine Hardwicke | USA
World Premiere

Raymond & Ray 
Rodrigo García | USA
World Premiere

Roost
Amy Redford | USA
World Premiere

Sidney
Reginald Hudlin | USA
World Premiere

The Son 
Florian Zeller | United Kingdom
North American Premiere

The Swimmers 
Sally El Hosaini | United Kingdom
World Premiere
Opening Night Film

What’s Love Got to Do With It? 
Shekhar Kapur | United Kingdom
World Premiere

*The Woman King 
Gina Prince-Bythewood | USA
World Premiere

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 2022
Allelujah
Sir Richard Eyre | United Kingdom
World Premiere

All Quiet on the Western Front 
Edward Berger | Germany
World Premiere

The Banshees of Inisherin 
Martin McDonagh | United Kingdom, Ireland, USA
North American Premiere

Blueback
Robert Connolly | Australia
World Premiere

The Blue Caftan 
Maryam Touzani | Morocco, France, Belgium, Denmark
North American Premiere

Broker
Hirokazu Kore-eda | South Korea
Canadian Premiere

*Brother
Clement Virgo | Canada
World Premiere

*Bros 
Nicholas Stoller | USA
World Premiere

*Catherine Called Birdy 
Lena Dunham | United Kingdom
World Premiere

Causeway 
Lila Neugebauer | USA
World Premiere

Chevalier 
Stephen Williams | USA
World Premiere

Corsage 
Marie Kreutzer | Austria, France, Germany
North American Premiere

Decision to Leave 
Park Chan-wook | South Korea
North American Premiere

Devotion
JD Dillard | USA
World Premiere

Driving
Madeleine Christian Carion | France
International Premiere

El Suplente 
Diego Lerman | Argentina, Italy, Mexico, Spain, France
World Premiere

Empire of Light 
Sam Mendes | United Kingdom, USA
Canadian Premiere

The Eternal Daughter 
Joanna Hogg | United Kingdom
North American Premiere

*The Fabelmans 
Steven Spielberg | USA
World Premiere

*Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery 
Rian Johnson | USA
World Premiere

Good Night Oppy 
Ryan White | USA
International Premiere

The Good Nurse 
Tobias Lindholm | USA
World Premiere

Holy Spider 
Ali Abbasi | Denmark, Germany, Sweden, France
Canadian Premiere

Joyland
Saim Sadiq | Pakistan
North American Premiere

The King’s Horseman 
Biyi Bandele | Nigeria
World Premiere

The Lost King 
Stephen Frears | United Kingdom
World Premiere

A Man of Reason 
Jung Woo-sung | South Korea
World Premiere

The Menu
Mark Mylod | USA
World Premiere

*On the Come Up 
Sanaa Lathan | USA
World Premiere

One Fine Morning 
Mia Hansen-Løve | France
Canadian Premiere

Other People’s Children 
Rebecca Zlotowski | France
North American Premiere

Moonage Daydream 
Brett Morgan | USA
North American Premiere

*My Policeman 
Michael Grandage | United Kingdom
World Premiere

Nanny 
Nikyatu Jusu | USA
International Premiere

No Bears 
Jafar Panahi | Iran
North American Premiere

The Return of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlile 
Kathlyn Horan | USA
International Premiere

Saint Omer 
Alice Diop | France
North American Premiere

Sanctuary
Zachary Wigon | USA
World Premiere

Stories Not to Be Told 
Cesc Gay | Spain
World Premiere

Triangle of Sadness 
Ruben Östlund | Sweden, United Kingdom, United States of America, France, Greece
North American Premiere

Walk Up 
Hong Sang-soo | South Korea
World Premiere

Wendell & Wild
Henry Selick | USA
World Premiere

Women Talking 
Sarah Polley | USA
International Premiere

The Whale 
Darren Aronofsky | USA
North American Premiere

The Wonder 
Sebastián Lelio | United Kingdom, Ireland
Canadian Premiere

We know from some of the “Premiere” statuses that the films which will likely play at Telluride include “Broker,” “Empire Of Light,” “Holy Spider,” “One Fine Morning,” “Women Talking” and “The Wonder.” More titles for TIFF 2022 will be announced next week including their Wavelengths, Midnight Madness, Wavelengths and more. The 2022 Toronto International Film Festival will run from September 18th – 18th, 2022.

What do you think of the films announced so far? What other titles do you think will screen at this year’s TIFF? Are you planning on going? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments section below or on our Twitter account.

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

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