BREAKING: TORONTO ANNOUNCES SECOND WAVE
This morning the Toronto International Film Festival announced its second wave of titles and again, reading between the lines, we can make some educated guesses about films that will have appeared at Telluride prior to TIFF...Here's what I can surmise:
In the Documentaries section:
There appear to be three or four of TIFF's announced docs that look to be Telluride bound:
Joshua Oppenhimer's "The Look of Silence"
Gabe Polsky's "Red Army"
Robert Kenner's "Merchants of Doubt"
These three appear solid as they are listed as Canadian Premieres. Ethan Hawke's "Seymour: An Introduction" is listed as an International Premiere and I can't find an instance of it having played yet anywhere else.
Frederick Wiseman's "National Gallery" which I had considered a real Telluride possibility, looks like it will not play at The SHOW.
In the Masters section it appears that we can plan to see Andrey Zvyaginsyev's "Leviafan" (Leviathan) as I have suspected since Cannes. It is listed as a Canadian premiere.
It also seems we can write off Roy Andersson's "A Pigeon Sat on a Branch...", "Jean Luc Goddard's "Goodbye to Language" and Michael Winterbottom's "The Face of an Angel" as they are all listed as either World or North American premieres.
In the Vanguard and Midnight madness sections there are a couple of films that are listed as International premieres but I'm not prepared to claim any status for them regarding Telluride. There are two films with Canadian premieres listed but they both played Sundance.
So, ultimately, we believe we know at least four more titles that are probably Telluride bound after this morning's TIFF announcement.
You can check the entire list of new films announced this morning form TIFF here from IndieWire: