“Spencer,” Pablo Larraín’s movie starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, has been added to the lineup for the Toronto International Film Festival as one of many Special Event screenings.
TIFF additionally on Wednesday introduced particular screenings for “Dune” in IMAX, Asghar Farhadi’s “A Hero” and the Tilda Swinton movie “Memoria,” all of which have been making the competition rounds.
Among different additions to the competition, TIFF unveiled the total lineup for its 2021 Platform Competition and the Short Cuts program and introduced Riz Ahmed (“Sound of Metal”) will lead the Platform Competition part’s jury.
“I’m honoured to be named president of the Platform jury at TIFF this 12 months and to be part of TIFF with
Encounter,” Ahmed mentioned in an announcement. “TIFF has always been a festival that showcases bold and daring cinema on a global stage. Its commitment to celebrating small independent films, like ‘Sound of Metal,’ has had such a significant impact on my career and many others. I’m looking forward to watching all of this year’s selections and working alongside my fellow jury members.”
And lastly, TIFF Cinematheque introduced a retrospective, “Celebrating Alanis,” which can be an summary of the work of activist and Canadian filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin tied to the 20th anniversary of “Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner.”
Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” was beforehand introduced as a part of the competition however will now display in IMAX on September 11, adopted by two further screenings on the 12th and 18th. Dates for the opposite Special Event screenings can be introduced at a later date.
This 12 months’s TIFF can be a hybrid competition with some restricted in-person screenings and press and trade screenings, in addition to with further public digital screenings. The 46th Toronto International Film Festival runs Sept. 9-18. The full schedule can be launched Aug. 24.
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