Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival have unveiled another 20 titles that will screen at this year's festival, highlighting movies that may be of interest to distributors, exhibitors and insiders, according to the announcement. World premieres added to the fest's roster include: Werner Herzog's "Rescue Dawn" (US), Margarethe von Trotta's "I Am The Other Woman" (Germany), Hal Hartley's "Fay Grim" (US/Germany), Tarsem Singh's "The Fall", Ari Sandel's "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show" (US), Alek Keshishian's "Love and Other Disasters" (France/UK), Scott Caan's "The Dog Problem" (US), Shane Meadows' "This Is England" (UK), Brad Silberling's "10 Items Or Less" (US), Laurent Herbiet's "Mon Colonel" (France/Algeria/Belgium), and Zabou Breitman's "L'Homme De Sa Vie" (France/Italy), Sang-il Lee's "Hula Girls" (Japan), John Jeffcoat's "Outsourced" (US), Larry Fessenden's "The Last Winter" (US/Iceland), Alex van Warmerdam's "Waiter" (The Netherlands).
International premieres tipped as biz-worthy include Agustin Diaz Yanes' "Alatriste" (Spain), Eytan Fox's "The Bubble" (Israel), Manuel Pradal's "Un Crime" (France), Hirokazu Kore-eda's "Hana" (Japan), and Ana Kokkinos' "The Book of Revelation" (Australia). They join the three previously announced potenetial acquisition titles: Michael Ian Black's "The Pleasure of Your Company", Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker's "The Prisoner Or: How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair" and Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr's "Chacun Sa Nuit." [Eugene Hernandez]