Saturday September 7 – Princess of Wales – 3:30 PM
Monday September 9 – Scotiabank 3 -4:30 PM
Friday September 13 – Scotiabank 1 – 8:00 PM
Kill Your Darlings
Tuesday September 10 – Roy Thomson Hall – 6:30 PM
Wednesday September 11 -Visa Screening Room (Elgin) – 2:30 PM
[x013] Scans > September 2013: Dazed & Confused
As if the 2013 lineup for the Toronto International Film Festival could not get any more stacked and outstanding, here comes another batch of titles that are sure to send the schedules of those attending into what will likely be a ridiculous slate of back-to-back-to-back-to-back movie days. But who’s complaining?
So, what can folks look forward to now? Well, let’s go by filmmaker first with Kevin Macdonald (“How I Live Now”), Guillaume Canet (“Blood Ties”), John Turturro (“Fading Gigolo”), Johnnie To (“Blind Detective”), James Franco (“Child Of God”), Hayao Miyazaki (“The Wind Rises”), Fred Schepisi (“Words And Pictures”), Patrice Leconte (“A Promise”) and Sean Durkin (“Southcliffe”) all coming to Toronto. Some are world premieres, some are making North American bows but all are worth highlighting.
Others to keep an eye out for? The period drama “Therese” starring Elizabeth Olsen, the Japanese remake of “Unforgiven” starring Ken Watanabe, Alex Gibney’s latest doc “The Armstrong Lie” and more.
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 5-15. Here’s the latest additions.
[x001] Photoshoots > Studio Shoots > 2013 > Entertainment Weekly
Elizabeth Olsen, 24
The younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley proved talent runs deep in the Olsen blood with her haunting film debut as an emotionally scarred cult escapee in 2011′s Martha Marcy May Marlene. ”Last year was crazy,” says the actress of her express ride to fame. ”If I hadn’t done Martha Marcy May Marlene, then I wouldn’t have any of the opportunities I have now. That’s a fact.” Olsen’s many upcoming projects include Spike Lee’s Oldboy and Kill Your Darlings, as well as an Off Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet in which she’ll play the doomed Capulet (all three are due this fall). Next year, she’ll take on the legendary monster in a big-budget remake of Godzilla.
Career Covet: ”I’d be very happy being Patricia Clarkson. She’s amazing. Amy Adams, too â€” she makes these amazing choices. I think about all this a lot. I’d be really happy to be just a working actor and not the face of brands, you know? Like Ed Harris â€” I think he has a really cool career.”