#TIFF2016 @TIFF_NET: This critic's much pondered "highlighted films"

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This looks more or less like the list of films I will be catching at TIFF. I do not believe I will be able to watch all fiftyy or so films, but I'd love 40 by day 10 - The lineup is, again, just spectacular this year. Somewhere in there, lurking slyly. are a few classics in the making.

Re(Assignment), Walter Hill
All I see is You, Marc Foster
American Pastral, Ewan McGregor
Arrival, Denis Villeneuve
the Bad Batch, Ana Lily Amirpour
Barry, Vikram Gandhi
The Belko Experiment, Greg McLean (James Gunn penned screenplay)
The Birth of A Dragon, George Nolfi (Bruce Lee bipoic)
Bleed For This, Ben Younger
Brain On Fire, Gerard Barrett
Buster's Mal Heart, Travis Stevens
The Bleeder, Philippe Falardeau
City of Tiny Lights, Pete Travis (Dredd director)
Chrstine, Antoine Campos
Collossal, Nacho Vigolando
The Commune, Thomas Vinterberg
The Death of Louis XIV, Albert Serra
Deepwater Horizon, Peter Berg
Denial, Mick Jackson
Fire at Sea, Gianfranco Rosi
Frantz, Francois Ozon
Free Fire, Ben Wheatley
In Dubious Battle, James Franco
Into the Inferno, Werner Herzog
Jackie Pablo Larrain
JT + The Tenessee Kids
La La Land, Damian Chazelle
LBJ, Robe Reiner
Lion, Garth Davis
The Magnificent Seven, Antoine Fuqua
Mascots, Christopher Guest
Maudie, Aisling Walsh
A Monster Calls, JA Bayona
Moonlight, Barry Jenkins
My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea, Dash Shaw
Neruda, Pablo Larrain
Nocturnl Animals, Tom Ford
Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer, Joseph Cedar
A Quiet Passion, Terrence Davies
The Promise, Terry George
Queen of Katwe, Mira Nair
Rats, Morgan Spurlock
Raw, Julia Ducournau
The Rehearsal, Alison Maclean
Salt and Fire, Werener Herzog
The Secret Scripture, Jim Sheridan
Sing, Garth Jennings
Snowden, Oliver Stone
The Finest, Lone Scherfig
Things to Come, Mia Hanse Love
Trespass Against Us, Adam Smith
Una, Benedict Andrews
Voyage Through Time, Terrence Malick
Wakefield, Robin Swicord
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Al Robinson said...

Jordan, if you can handle 4 films a day for 10 straight days, you would be my new hero. Go for it!

Jordan Ruimy said...

I believe my record to be at TIFF2013 where I saw exactly 40, although I counted 3 walkouts on that list! So actually 37.

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