Political thriller "Rendition" and other seven film features have been submitted into the list of movies screened at the 2007 Toronto International Film Fest.
Broadening the lineup of the movies set to be presented at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, organizers of the event have smoothly added a handful of film titles into the list for sure.
Coming as a Toronto Gala Presentation at the fest will be New Line Cinema's Middle East political thriller "Rendition" directed by "Tsotsi" helmer Gavin Hood. The flick is going to be accompanied by legal drama "Michael Clayton", a directorial debut of screenwriter Tony Gilroy which will mark its first North American screening there following its world premiere in Venice, Italy.
Meanwhile, six other features have been submitted into the Special Presentations program, one of them being the star-studded "Reservation Road", Focus Features' drama thriller about two fathers brought together by the death of a child. The rest five are announced to be "Nightwatching", "The Brave One", "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly", "Before the Rains", and "Nothing Is Private", a helming work of "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball.