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FESTIVALS: Toronto ’99 — Real to Reel

FESTIVALS: Toronto '99 -- Real to Reel

FESTIVALS: Toronto '99 -- Real to Reel


1999 toronto international film festival lineups:

Galas || Masters || Special Presentations || Perspective Canada || Contemporary World Cinema || Discovery || Planet Africa || Real to Reel || Indiscreet Charms: New Spanish Cinema || Spotlight: Kiyoshi Kurosawa || Dialogues: Talking with Pictures || Tribute: The David O. Story || Midnight Madness


American Movie, directed by Chris Smith

Barenaked in America, directed by Jason Priestley

Berlin-Cinema (Titre Provisoire) , directed by Samira Gloor-Fadel

Bread Day, directed by Sergei Dvortsevoy

Coven, directed by Mark Borchardt

Crazy English, directed by Zhang Yuan

Highway, directed by Sergei Dvortsevoy

Homo Sapiens 1900, directed by Peter Cohen

The Humiliated, directed by Jesper Jargil

If You Only Understood, directed by Rolando Diaz

Jam Session, directed by Makoto Shinozaki

The Jaundiced Eye, directed by Nonny de la Pena

Juan, I Forgot I Don’t Remember, directed by Juan Carlos Rulfo

The Making of a New Empire, directed by Jos de Putter

Me & Isaac Newton, directed by Michael Apted

My Best Fiend, directed by Werner Herzog

negative space, directed by Chris Petit

Pripyat, directed by Nikolaus Geyrhalter

Shadow Boxers, directed by Katya Bankowsky

The Specialist, directed by Eyal Sivan

Sud, directed by Chantal Akerman

Three, directed by Issac Julien

Work and Progress, directed by Vivian Ostrovsky and Yann Beauvais

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