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TIFF Long Take - Ep. 75: A Guide to Festival 2018
TIFF’s Director of Programming walks us through some of the films to look forward to this September
This week on TIFF Long Take, Rob and Geoff are joined by TIFF’s Director of Programming, Kerri Craddock, to discuss some of the most exciting and anticipated titles on this year’s Toronto International Film Festival slate.
Craddock gives her thoughts on some of the Gala and Special Presentation titles that TIFF just announced, including Elizabeth Chomko’s directorial debut, What They Had; Paul Dano’s family drama, Wildlife; Bradley Cooper’s musical drama, A Star is Born; Claire Denis’ sci-fi adventure, High Life; Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man; Steve McQueen’s heist film, Widows; Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d’Or winner, Shoplifters; Asghar Farhadi’s psychological thriller, Everybody Knows; and Jacques Audiard’s western, The Sisters Brothers.
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