Three more big titles are coming down to join the burgeoning list of films featured at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. The organizers have announced Tuesday, August 22 that "Breaking and Entering", "A Good Year", and "Infamous" have delightfully been included in the lineup, making up a total number of 352 features, either in long or short form, presented at the event.
This inclusion therefore adds the long list of major Hollywood films that previously have been confirmed to join the festival, like "The Fountain", "Stranger Than Fiction", also "Rescue Dawn" among others. The event itself is slated to open on September 7 and features cinematic works from 61 countries while making 107 world premieres before closes on September 16 with the screening of Michael Apted's "Amazing Grace."
"Breaking and Entering" is another dramatic work from "The English Patient" helmer, Anthony Minghella, starring Jude Law, Juliette Binoche, and Robin Wright Penn. Its story follows the tale of a landscape architect whose life encounters a change as he faces a series of burglaries at his offices.
Also a drama movie, "A Good Year" sees Russell Crowe billed as a London investment genius who reclaims his soul and finds love during his visit to a French vineyard inherited from his uncle, played by Albert Finney. Ridley Scott is responsible for the film's direction with Marc Klein penning the script.
Meanwhile, "Infamous" which is a production of Warner Independent Pictures, boasts a starry cast consisting Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock, and Gwyneth Paltrow to name few. Coming on the heels of last year's "Capote", the flick takes its focus on famed author Truman Capote as he goes to research the murder of the Clutter family of which details he later comprises in his true-crime book, "In Cold Blood."