In the follow-up to the previously-reported flicks set to be presented at the 32nd annual Toronto International Film Festival, a series of big screen titles have been announced on Tuesday, June 26 to complete the lineup for the event, slated to spin on September 6 - 15 this year.
For the Vanguard section, the organizers list in UK/Australia production of "Control", Spain's "The Orphanage", plus two French movies "Naissance Des Pieuvres" ("Water Lilies") and "Les Chansons D'Amour." Meanwhile, documentary flick "The Mosquito Problem and Other Stories", a collaborative production of USA, Bulgaria, and Germany, is submitted into the Real to Reel slot.
Accompanying "The Flight of the Red Balloon" as one of the features presented in the Masters program are five other international features namely Russia/France's "Alexandra", France/Hungary/Germany's "The Man from London", Italy's "One Hundred Nails", Germany/Kazakhstan/France's "Ulzhan", and "Ne Touchez Pas La Hache" ("Don't Touch the Axe"), which became France/Italy's entry for this year's Berlinale.
To round out the Visions section, the organizers neatly bring in Austria's "Import Export", Thailand's "Ploy", Mexico/France/Netherlands' "Silent Light", Argentina/Spain's "A Stray Girlfriend", and Roy Andersson's tragic comedy "You, The Living" apart from local production "The Tracey Fragments."
Other fourteen titles make up the Contemporary World Cinema slot, one of them being Germany/Turkey's "The Edge of Heaven", the winner for Best Screenplay at this year's Cannes. The rest include Russia's "The Banishment", Hungary's "Happy New Life", Germany's "And Along Come Tourists", and Japan/France's "The Mourning Forest", the Cannes Grand Prize winner for this year, among others.