35th Toronto International Film Festival

2010 Toronto International Film Festival
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Festival poster
Opening film Score: A Hockey Musical[1]
Closing film Last Night
Location Toronto, Canada
Hosted by Toronto International Film Festival Group
Number of films 258 features, 81 shorts
Festival date September 9, 2010 (2010-09-09)–September 19, 2010 (2010-09-19)
Language English
http://www.tiff.net/

The 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival, (TIFF) was held in Toronto, Canada between September 9 and September 19, 2010.[2] The opening night gala presented Score: A Hockey Musical, a Canadian comedy-drama musical film. Last Night closed the festival on September 19.


2010 TIFF included 258 feature films, down from 264 in 2009. However, the number of short films at the 2010 festival increased to 81 (compared to 70 in 2009), making the total number of films 339, five more than in 2009.[3][4]

Of the feature films, TIFF claims that 112 are world premieres, 24 are international premieres (i.e. the first screening outside the film's home country), and 98 are North American premieres.[3] (In fact, some of the so-called premieres screened at the Telluride Film Festival before TIFF.[5])

Awards

Award[6][7] Film Director
Best Canadian Short Film Les Fleurs de l'âge Vincent Biron
Best Canadian First Feature Film High Cost of Living Deborah Chow
City of Toronto Award for Best Canadian Feature Film Incendies Denis Villeneuve
FIPRESCI Prize for the Discovery Beautiful Boy Shawn Ku
FIPRESCI for Special Presentations L'Amour Fou Pierre Thoretton
People's Choice Award The King's Speech Tom Hooper
People's Choice Midnight Madness Stake Land Jim Mickle
People's Choice Documentary Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie Sturla Gunnarsson

Programmes

Gala Presentations

Special Presentations

  • Last Night by Massy Tadjedin
  • 127 Hours by Danny Boyle
  • AMIGO by John Sayles
  • Deep in the Woods by Benoît Jacquot
  • Everything Must Go by Dan Rush
  • Gorbaciòf - The Cashier who Liked Gambling by Stefano Incerti
  • Hereafter by Clint Eastwood
  • I'm Still Here by Casey Affleck
  • I Saw the Devil by Kim Ji-woon
  • Julia's Eyes by Guillem Morales
  • The Last Circus by Álex de la Iglesia
  • Let Me In by Matt Reeves
  • The House by the Medlar Tree by Pasquale Scimeca
  • Mothers by Milcho Manchevski
  • Passione by John Turturro
  • Passion Play by Mitch Glazer
  • The Poll Diaries by Chris Kraus
  • Rio Sex Comedy by Jonathan Nossiter
  • Sarah's Key by Gilles Paquet Brenner
  • Special Treatment by Jeanne Labrune
  • What's Wrong With Virginia by Dustin Lance Black
  • Masters

    Midnight Madness[8]

    Canada First!

    • Amazon Falls by Katrin Bowen
    • Daydream Nation by Mike Goldbach
    • High Cost of Living by Deborah Chow
    • Jaloux by Patrick Demers
    • Oliver Sherman by Ryan Redford
    • You Are Here by Daniel Cockburn

    City to City

    Contemporary World Cinema

    Vanguard

    Discovery

    Future Projections

    Real to Reel

    Sprockets Family Zone

    • Karla and Jonas by Charlotte Sachs Bostrup
    • Little Sister by Richard Bowen
    • Make Believe by J. Clay Tweel
    • Sammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage by Ben Stassen

    Visions

    References

    External links

    • Official site
    • IMDB
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