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FESTIVALS: Toronto ’99 – Special Presentations

FESTIVALS: Toronto '99 - Special Presentations

FESTIVALS: Toronto '99 - Special Presentations


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


All the Rage, directed by James D. Stern

Annaluise and Anton, directed by Caroline Link

The Best Man, directed by Malcolm D. Lee

The Big Kahuna, directed by John Swanbeck

Black and White, directed by James Toback

Breakfast of Champions, directed by Alan Rudolph

Dogma, directed by Kevin Smith

Forever Mine, directed by Paul Schrader

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, directed by Jim Jarmusch

Grass, directed by Ron Mann

Gregory’s Two Girls, directed by Bill Forsyth

History is Made at Night, directed by Ilkka Jarvilaturi

The Hurricane, directed by Norman Jewison

Joe the King, directed by Frank Whaley

Une liaison pornographique, directed by Frederic Fonteyne

The Limey, directed by Steven Soderbergh

The Luck of Ginger Coffey, directed by Irvin Kershner

Manila, directed by Romuald Karmakar

Mansfield Park, directed by Patricia Rozema

A Map of the World, directed by Scott Elliott

Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., directed by Errol Morris

Pas de scandale, directed by Beno

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