With the first big weekend at TIFF out of the way, there is still an exciting week of movies and premieres to come, and among the titles big and small still looking to make a splash is Nenad Cicid-Sain‘s directorial debut “The Time Being.”
Starring Wes Bentley, Frank Langella and Corey Stoll (“Midnight In Paris“), the mystery follows Daniel (Bentley), a struggling artist who encounters an eccentric would-be benefactor (Langella), who commissions him to shoot a series of specific, but enigmatic videos, for reasons that are kept secret. Adding to the prospects of the film is an incredible array of talent lending their skills to the film including a score by Academy Award winning composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek (“Finding Neverland“), and it was shot by DP Mahai Malaimare Jr. who recently earned his stripes on “The Master.”
“The Time Being” premieres at TIFF at the Winter Garden Theater on September 11th. The clip below gives an intriguing look at a film that’s hoping to start some buzz in Toronto. There is no distributor for the “The Time Being” yet, but that may change very soon.