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TIFF 2015: Cruz, Bullock y Hiddleston, entre otros, completan el cartel

By Daniel Martínez Mantilla - 19 de agosto de 2015 No Comments

El Festival de Toronto ha cerrado su programación. Variety ha informado de los más de cien títulos que pasan a formar parte de la programación del TIFF 2015. Del anuncio destacaban las premieres mundiales de 'Our Brand Is Crisis' (el primer trabajo de Sandra Bullock desde 'Gravity'), 'I Saw a Light' (el biopioc del cantante Hank Williams que puede llevar a los Oscar a Tom Hiddleston), 'ma ma' (la colaboración entre Penélope Cruz y Julio Medem) y 'Truth' (el thriller del guionista James Vanderbilt con Robert Redford y Cate Blanchett). Otro cineasta español, Paco Cabezas, tendrá el lujo de cerrar el festival con el estreno de 'Mr. Right', una comedia criminal con Anna Kendrick y Sam Rockwell. El TIFF se celebrará este año entre el 10 y el 20 de septiembre. Aquí puedes encontrar el resto de la programación.

GALAS
 “Disorder,” director Alice Winocour, France/Belgium (North American premiere)
“Man Down,” director Dito Montiel, USA (North American premiere)
“Miss You Already,” director Catherine Hardwicke, United Kingdom (world premiere)
“Mississippi Grind,” director Ryan Fleck, Anna Boden, USA (Canadian premiere)
“Mr. Right,” director Paco Cabezas, USA (world premiere) (closing night film)

PRESENTACIONES ESPECIALES
“45 Years,” director Andrew Haigh, United Kingdom (Canadian premiere)
“About Ray,” director Gaby Dellal, USA (world premiere)
“Angry Indian Goddesses,” director Pan Nalin, India (world premiere)
“Being Charlie,” director Rob Reiner, USA (world premiere)
“Body (Body/Cialo),” director Małgorzata Szumowska, Poland (North American premiere)
“Equals,” director Drake Doremus, USA (North American premiere)
“I Saw the Light,” director Marc Abraham, USA (world premiere)
“London Fields,” director Matthew Cullen United Kingdom/USA (world premiere)
“Ma Ma,” director Julio Medem, Spain/France (international premiere)
“The Meddler,” director Lorene Scafaria, USA (world premiere)
“Mr. Six,” director Guan Hu, China (North American premiere)
“Mustang,” director Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Turkey/France/Germany (North American premiere)
“My Mother,” director Nanni Moretti, Italy/France (North American premiere)
“Our Brand Is Crisis,” director David Gordon Green, USA (world premiere)
“A Tale of Love and Darkness,” director Natalie Portman Israel/USA (North American premiere)
“A Tale of Three Cities,” director Mabel Cheung, China (international premiere)
“Truth,” director James Vanderbilt, USA (world premiere)
“The Wave,” director Roar Uthaug, Norway (international premiere)
“The Witch,” director Robert Eggers, USA/Canada (Canadian premiere)

CINE MUNDIAL
“25 April,” director Leanne Pooley, New Zealand (world premiere)
“3000 Nights,” director Mai Masri, Palestine/France/Jordan/Lebanon/United Arab Emirates/Qatar (world premiere)
“An,” director Naomi Kawase, Japan/France/Germany ((North American premiere))
“The Apostate (El Apóstata),” director Federico Veiroj, Spain/France/Uruguay (world premiere)
“As I Open My Eyes,” director Leyla Bouzid, Tunisia/France/Belgium (North American premiere)
“Baba Joon,” director Yuval Delshad, Israel (world premiere)
“Box,” director Florin Șerban, Romania/Germany/France (North American premiere)
“Campo Grande,” director Sandra Kogut, Brazil/France (world premiere)
“Chevalier Athina,” director Rachel Tsangari, Greece (North American premiere)
“A Copy of My Mind,” director Joko Anwar, Indonesia/South Korea (North American premiere)
“Cuckold,” director Charlie Vundla, South Africa (world premiere)
“Embrace of the Serpent,” director Ciro Guerra, Colombia/Venezuela/Argentina (North American premiere)
“The Endless River,” director Oliver Hermanus, South Africa/France (North American premiere)
“The Fear,” director Damien Odoul, France (world premiere)
“Frenzy,” director Emin Alper, Turkey/France (North American premiere)
“Girls Lost,” director Alexandra-Therese Keining, Sweden (world premiere)
“Granny’s Dancing on the Table,” director Hanna Sköld, Sweden (world premiere)
“A Heavy Heart,” director Thomas Stuber, Germany (world premiere)
“Homesick,” director Anne Sewitsky, Norway ((Canadian premiere))
“Hong Kong Trilogy: Preschooled Preoccupied Preposterous,” director Christopher Doyle, Hong Kong (world premiere)
“Honor Thy Father,” director Erik Matti, Philippines (world premiere)
“Invisible,” director Lawrence Fajardo, Philippines/Japan (international premiere)
“In the Room,” director Eric Khoo, Hong Kong/Singapore (world premiere)
“Incident Light,” director Ariel Rotter, Argentina/France/Uruguay (world premiere)
“I Promise You Anarchy,” director Julio Hernández Cordón, Mexico/Germany (North American premiere)
“Ivy,” director Tolga Karaçelik, Turkey (Canadian premiere)
“Jack,” director Elisabeth Scharang, Austria (North American premiere)
“Journey to the Shore,” director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan/France (North American premiere)
“The Kind Words,” director Shemi Zarhin, Israel/Canada (international premiere)
“Koza,” director Ivan Ostrochovský, Slovakia/Czech Republic (North American premiere)
“Lamb,” director Yared Zeleke, Ethiopia/France/Germany/Norway (North American premiere)
“Last Cab to Darwin,” director Jeremy Sims, Australia (international premiere)
“Let Them Come,” director Salem Brahimi, France/Algeria (world premiere)
“Magallanes Salvador del Solar,” director Peru/Argentina/Colombia/Spain (international premiere)
“Mekko,” director Sterlin Harjo, USA (international premiere)
“A Month of Sundays,” director Matthew Saville, Australia (world premiere)
“Much Loved,” director Nabil Ayouch, Morocco/France (North American premiere)
“Murmur of the Hearts,” director Sylvia Chang, Taiwan/Hong Kong (North American premiere)
“One Breath,” director Christian Zübert, Germany (world premiere)
“One Floor Below,” director Radu Muntean, Romania/France/Germany/Sweden (North American premiere)
“Parisienne,” director Danielle Arbid, France (world premiere)
“Paths of the Soul,” director Zhang Yang, China (world premiere)
“The People vs. Fritz Bauer,” director Lars Kraume, Germany (North American premiere)
“Price of Love,” director Hermon Hailay, Ethiopia (North American premiere)
“Rams,” director Grímur Hákonarson, Iceland (Canadian premiere)
“Schneider vs. Bax,” director Alex van Warmerdam, Netherlands/Belgium (North American premiere)
“Song of Songs,” director Eva Neymann, Ukraine (North American premiere)
“Sparrows,” director Runar Rúnarsson, Iceland/Denmark (world premiere)
“Starve Your Dog,” director Hicham Lasri, Morocco (world premiere)
“The Steps,” director Andrew Currie, Canada (world premiere)
“Story of Judas,” director Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche, France (North American premiere)
“Stranger,” director Yermek Tursunov, Kazakhstan (world premiere)
“Thank You for Bombing,” director Barbara Eder, Austria (world premiere)
“The Treasure,” director Corneliu Porumboiu, Romania/France (North American premiere)
“Truman,” director Cesc Gay, Spain/Argentina (world premiere)
“The Whispering Star,” director Sion Sono, Japan (world premiere)

CIUDAD A CIUDAD (LONDRES)
“Couple in a Hole,” director Tom Geens, United Kingdom/Belgium/France (world premiere)
“The Hard Stop,” director George Amponsah, United Kingdom (world premiere)
“Kill Your Friends,” director Owen Harris, United Kingdom (North American premiere)
“Kilo Two Bravo,” director Paul Katis, United Kingdom (international premiere)
“London Road,” director Rufus Norris, United Kingdom (international premiere)
“Northern Soul,” director Elaine Constantine, United Kingdom (North American premiere)
“The Ones Below,” director David Farr, United Kingdom (world premiere)
“Urban Hymn,” director Michael Caton-Jones, United Kingdom (world premiere)

WAVELENGHTS
“Afternoon,” director Tsai Ming-liang, Taiwan (North American premiere)
“Arabian Nights: The Restless One,” director Miguel Gomes, Portugal/France/Germany/Switzerland (North American premiere)
“Arabian Nights: The Desolate One,” director Miguel Gomes, Portugal/France/Germany/Switzerland (North American premiere)
“Arabian Nights: The Enchanted One,” director Miguel Gomes, Portugal/France/Germany/Switzerland (North American premiere)
“Eva Doesn’t Sleep,” director Pablo Aguero, France/Argentina/Spain (world premiere)
“The Event,” director Sergei Loznitsa, Netherlands/Belgium (North American premiere)
“No Home Movie,” director Chantal Akerman, Belgium (North American premiere)
“The Other Side,” director Roberto Minervini, France/Italy (North American premiere)
“The Sky Trembles and the Earth is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers,” director Ben Rivers, United Kingdom (North American premiere)

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