Toronto Film Festival 2011: ecco i primi film in programma

Sono stati resi noti i primi 50 titoli del cartellone: scoprili tutti.


Giovedì verranno resi noti i titoli che parteciperanno ufficialmente alla prossima Mostra del cinema di Venezia, ma poco fa si è conclusa la conferenza stampa di presentazione del Toronto International Film Festival, con i primi titoli in cartellone (gli altri saranno annunciati man mano fino ad agosto inoltrato). Si tratta al solito di un programma ricchissimo, pieno di prime, anteprime e “ripescaggi” del miglior cinema dell’anno. Il festival sarà aperto per la prima volta in 36 anni da un documentario, ovvero From the Sky Down di Davis Guggenheim (Una scomoda verità, Waiting for Superman), sugli U2.

Concentriamoci sulle prime “World premiere” di maggior interesse annunciate. Saranno presentati in prima mondiale Trishna (Michael Winterbottom), Countdown (Huh Jong-ho), 360 (Fernando Mereilles), The Lady (Luc Besson), Take This Waltz (Sarah Polley), 50/50 (Jonathan Levine), Americano (Mathieu Demy), Anonymous (Roland Emmerich), The Descendants (Alexander Payne) e Rampart (Oren Moverman), The Deep Blue Sea (Terence Davies), Pearl Jam Twenty (Cameron Crowe: non sarà a Venezia al contrario di quel che aveva detto il regista) e Twixt (Francis Ford Coppola).

Saranno anteprime americane (quindi vuol dire che i seguenti titoli saranno presentati prima da qualche altra parte: leggi Lido) sicuramente W.E. (Madonna), The Ides of March (George Clooney) e A Dangerous Method (David Cronenberg), Chicken with Plums (Marjane Satrapi e Vincent Paronnaud), Dark Horse (Todd Solondz), Killer Joe (William Friedkin) e Shame (Steve McQueen). Presente nel cartellone anche Habemus Papam di Moretti. Maggiori dettagli sulle prime mondiali o meno di tutti i film dovrebbero arrivare a breve.

Dopo il salto trovate i primi 50 titoli del Toronto Film Festival 2011.

Galas
“Albert Nobbs,” directed by Rodrigo Garcia, starring Glenn Glose
“Butter,” directed by Jim Field Smith, starring Jennifer Garner, Hugh Jackman and Olivia Wilde
“From the Sky Down,” directed by Davis Guggenheim, starring U2
“A Happy Event,” directed by Rémi Bezancon
“The Ides of March,” directed by George Clooney, starring Ryan Gosling, Paul Giamatti, and Clooney
“Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding,” directed by Bruce Beresford, starring Jane Fonda and Catherine Keener
“Take this Waltz,” directed by Sarah Polley
“W.E.,” directed by Madonna

Special Presentations
“11 Flowers,” directed by Wang Xiaoshuai
“50/50,” directed by Jonathan Levine, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen
“Americano,” directed by Mathieu Demy, starring Salma Hayek
“Anonymous,” directed by Roland Emmerich, starring David Thelwis and Vanessa Redgrave
“The Artist,” directed by Michel Hazanavicius, starring Malcolm McDowell and John Goodman
“A Better Life,” directed by Cédric Khan, starring Guillaume Canet
“Burning Man,” directed by Jonathan Teplitzky
“Chicken With Plums,” directed by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud
“Coriolanus,” directed by Ralph Fiennes
“Dark Horse,” directed by Todd Solondz, starring Justin Bartha and Selma Blair
“The Deep Blue Sea,” directed by Terrence Davies, starring Rachel Weisz
“The Descendants,” directed by Alexander Payne, starring George Clooney
“Drive,” directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, starring Ryan Gosling and Albert Brooks
“Elles,” directed by Malgorzata Szumowska, starring Juliette Binoche
“The Eye of the Storm,” directed by Fred Schepisi, starring Geoffrey Rush and Charlotte Rampling
“Friends With Kids,” directed by Jennifer Westfeld, starring Kristen Wiig and Megan Fox
“Habemus Papam,” directed by Nanni Moretti
“Headhunters,” directed by Morten Tyldum
“Hick,” directed by Derick Martini, starring Chloe Moretz and Blake Lively
“The Hunter,” directed by Daniel Nettheim, starring Willem Dafoe
“Jeff, Who Lives at Home,” directed by Jay and Mark Duplass, starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms
“Killer Joe,” directed by William Friedkin,” starring Emile Hirsch and Matthew McConaughey
“Like Crazy,” directed by Drake Doremus, starring Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones
“Machine Gun Preacher,” directed by Marc Forster, starring Gerard Butler
“Martha Marcy May Marlene,” directed by Sean Durkin, starring Elizabeth Olsen and John Hawkes
“Melancholia,” directed by Lars von Trier, starring Kirsten Dunst
“The Oranges,” directed by Julian Farino, starring Leighton Meester and Adam Brody
“Pearl Jam Twenty,” directed by Cameron Crowe
“Rampart,” directed by Oren Moverman,” starring Woody Harrelson and Sigourney Weaver
“Salmon Fishing in the Yemen,” directed by Lasse Hallstrom, starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt
“Shame,” directed by Steve McQueen starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan
“A Simple Life,” directed by Ann Hui, starring Andy Lau
“The Skin I Live In,” directed by Pedro Almodóvar, starring Antonio Banderas
“Take Shelter,” directed Jeff Nichols, starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain
“Ten Year,” directed Jamie Linden, starring Channign Tatum and Rosario Dawson
“Twixt,” directed by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Val Kilmer and Elle Fanning
“Tyrannosaur,” directed by Paddy Considine
“We Need to Talk About Kevin,” directed by Lynne Ramsay, starring Tilda Swinton
“Where Do We Go Now?” directed by Nadine Labaki
“Woman in the Fifth,” directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, starring Ethan Hawke and Kristin Scott Thomas

Fonte: IFC

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