Added to the slate are "Eastern Promises", "Silk", "Weirdsville", and "Normal", among others.
Continue to expand the lineup of movies to be presented at the 32nd annual Toronto International Film Festival, the event's organizers have unveiled on Tuesday, July 17 other handfuls of film titles submitted into the list.
Previously considered to be included for the event, "Eastern Promises", "L'Age des tenebres" ("The Age of Ignorance"), and "Silk" finally are positive to join the lineup, the former two receiving Gala screenings alongside Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces" while the latter one being put into Special Presentation slot.
Accompanied "Silk" in the section are docu-fantasia "My Winnipeg", Adam Vollick's "Here Is What Is", and boxing tale "Poor Boy's Game" with "A Promise to the Dead: The Exile Journey of Ariel Dorfman", "Heavy Metal in Baghdad", and "The Wild Horse Redemption" highlighting the Real to Reel program.
As for the Contemporary World Cinema slate, the organizers have smoothly rounded out a number of titles consisting of "American Venus", "All Hat", "Breakfast with Scot", "Contre toute esperance", "The Stone Angel", "Weirdsville", and "Nos vies privees" as well as "Normal", a drama feature directed by acclaimed filmmaker Carl Bessai.
Elsewhere, upfront comedy "Young People Fucking" has been selected to mark the Canada First! slot alongside "Amal", "Le Cedre penche", "Continental, un film sans fusil", and "Just Buried." Complete list of movies added can be seen on the festival's official site of TIFF '07.