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Toronto International Film Festival 12 Lands Rachel McAdams, Keira Knightley & Kristen Wiig

Major fall films among the over 60 titles announced for the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Photo by George Pimentel

You’d be forgiven for mistaking the Toronto International Film Festival’s 2012 lineup with a preview of fall’s most anticipated films. With few exceptions they’re all here: Keira Knightley’s re-team with her Pride & Prejudice and Atonement director Joe Wright on Anna Karenina, Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine follow-up The Place Beyond The Pines (where Ryan Gosling met girlfriend Eva Mendes), Hunger girl Jennifer Lawrence’s latest The Silver Linings Playbook. There are even a few surprises sneaking onto the schedule—filmmaker Terrence Mallick will show his follow-up to The Tree of Life, the Rachel McAdams/Ben Affleck drama To The Wonder, while Kristen Wiig will debut her first big post-Bridesmaids film with Imogene. Noticeably absent: Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s crime drama Gangster Squad, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Scientology scrutinizer The Master and Clint Eastwood’s baseball drama Trouble With The Curve. But with a list like this, film fans will have plenty of choice.

Anna Karenina – Joe Wright
Argo – Ben Affleck
At Any Price – Ramin Bahrani
The Attack – Ziad Doueriri
Byzantium – Neil Jordan
Capital – Costa-Gavras
Caught In the Web – Chen Kaige
Cloud Atlas – The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer
The Company You Keep – Robert Redford
Dangerous Liasons – Hur Ji-Ho
The Deep – Baltasar Kormakur
Dormant Beauty – Marco Belloccchio
Dreams For Sale – Nishikawa Miwa
End Of Watch – David Ayer
English Vinglish – Gauri Shinde
Everybody Has A Plan – Ana Piterbarg
A Few Hours Of Spring – Stephan Brize
Foxfire – Laurnet Cantet
Frances Ha – Noah Baumbach
Free Angela And All Political Prisoners – Shola Lynch
Ginger And Rosa – Sally Potter
Great Expectations – Mike Newell
Hannah Arendt – Margarethe Von Trotta
The Hunt – Thomas Vinterberg
Hyde Park On Hudson – Roger Michell
The Iceman – Ariel Vromen
Imogene – Robert Puccini and Shari Springer Berman
The Impossible – Juan Antonio Bayona
In The House – Francois Ozon
Inescapable – Rubba Nadda
Jayne Mansfield’s Car – Billy Bob Thornton
Kon-Tiki – Espen Sandberg
The Last Supper – Lu Chuan
A Late Quartet – Dustin Hoffman
A Liar’s Autobiography – Ben Timlett, Bill Jones and Jeff Simpson
Looper – Rian Johnson
Lore – Cate Shortland
Love, Marilyn – Liz Garbus
Midnight’s Children – Deepa Mehta
Much Ado About Nothing – Joss Whedon
Mr. Pip – Andrew Adamson
No – Pablo Larrain
Outrage Beyond – Takeshi Kitano
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky
The Place Beyond The Pines – Derek Cianfrance
Reality – Matteo Garrone
The Reluctant Fundamentalist – Mira Nair
A Royal Affair – Nikolai Arcel
Rust And Bone – Jacques Audiard
The Sapphires – Wayne Blair
The Sessions – Ben Lewis
The Silver Linings Playbook – David O. Russell
Tai Chi O – Stephen Fung
Thanks For Sharing – Stuart Blumberg
Thermae Romae – Hideki Takeuchi
The Time Being – Nenad Cicin-Sain
To The Wonder – Terrence Malick
Twice Born – Sergio Castellitto
Writers – Josh Boone
Venus And Serena – Maiken Baird
Zaytoun – Eran Riklis


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