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TIFF 2010. Index

In a sense, coverage of the coverage of this year's Toronto International Film Festival began when Venice opened with Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan. Then along came Telluride, and the collection of entries on films screening at TIFF began growing in earnest. It'll carry on growing throughout the festival's run to September 19 and mostly likely beyond as well, and all those entries will be indexed here.



Catherine Breillat's The Sleeping Beauty.

Jørgen Leth's Erotic Man.

Takashi Miike's 13 Assassins.

Jerzy Skolimowski's Essential Killing.

And here's a final roundup of the remaining titles.




Wang Bing's The Ditch.

Denis Côté's Curling.

Vincent Gallo's Promises Written in Water.




See Michael Sicinski's extensive preview. Jason Anderson previewed the section for Artforum. Daniel Kasman's caught individual programs: W1 and W2.




Alexsi Fedorchenko's Silent Souls.

Kelly Reichardt's Meek's Cutoff.

Tsui Hark's Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame.

Links to reviews of over 30 more titles are rounded up here.




Alex Gibney's Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer.

Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams.

Errol Morris's Tabloid.

A roundup of 16 more films is here.



Romain Gavras's Our Day Will Come.

And here's a roundup on seven more titles.



John Carpenter's The Ward.





Casey Affleck's I'm Still Here.

Danny Boyle's 127 Hours.

Álex de la Iglesia's A Sad Trumpet Ballad.

Clint Eastwood's Hereafter.

Will Gluck's Easy A.

Philip Seymour Hoffman's Jack Goes Boating.

Rowan Joffe's Brighton Rock.

Mike Mills's Beginners.

John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole.

Matt Reeves's Let Me In.

Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go.

Julian Schnabel's Miral.

Tran Anh Hung's Norwegian Wood.

Denis Villeneuve's Incendies.

Michael Winterbottom's The Trip.

We've got not one but two roundups for nearly all the rest of the titles: 1 and 2.




Ben Affleck's The Town.

Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan.

Tom Hooper's The King's Speech.

François Ozon's Potiche.

Final roundup.

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