The film stars Ben Kingsley as the legendary surrealist, with Ezra Miller playing a younger version of him in flashbacks.
Midnight Madness will open with the "deranged" biopic of the comedy legend starring Daniel Radcliffe.
This section is designed to champion first-time and veteran filmmakers and their bold directorial visions.
Roman Griffin Davis delivers a more accomplished performance than in "JoJo Rabbit" in this transfixing oddity directed by his mother, Camille Griffin.
TIFF: Charlotte Salomon was murdered at Auschwitz. The radical work of art she completed in her short life makes you wish for a much better film.
Is there a more successful yet maligned artist than Kenny G? Maybe not. But Penny Lane's doc is also an elegy to that kind of culture fight.
In 1973, four young Black men tried to steal guns and ammunition and became the origin story of modern hostage negotiation.
TIFF: Stanley Nelson and Traci A. Curry show how the violent suppression of a prison uprising connects to the prison-industrial complex of today.
Seven months after a first-look photo of the film stirred up controversy online, it's finally making its debut. Asante tells IndieWire what she learned from the backlash, and what she hopes people will take away from the finished film.
These days, when booking a fall festival, there's little room for error.
TIFF has many world premieres, including "Beautiful Boy" with Timothee Chalamet, but current Oscar favorite is "The Favourite," which will likely premiere in Telluride.
A family man turned on-the-run mountain man goes on a spiritual quest.
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