Festival organizers announced Tuesday, "Harsh Times," "Neverwas," "Tideland," and "Winter Passing" will all have their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, runs September 8-17. The first film mentioned revolves the story of out-of-work pals whose lives spiral downward during a fun-seeking spree in South Central Los Angeles. The second is a drama about a psychiatrist who takes a job at a mental hospital where his father resides.
The next film, which is "Tideland," revolves the tale of a teen who concocts a vivid fantasy life to cope with her hard upbringing, and the last, "Winter Passing," focuses the story of a woman reunited with her reclusive father. Some other movies announced were "Little Fish," "Sorry, Haters," "L'Enfer," and "Brothers of the Head."