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TIFF 2013: The F Word, Enemy, Gerontophilia and more make the Canadian Film Lineup

By August 7, 2013 No Comments

After announcing 70+ Gala’s and Special Presentations a few weeks ago, the Toronto International Film Festival announced the full lineup of Canadian Films that will play during TIFF 2013. Headlining the feature film category include Michael Dowse’s THE F WORD (starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan), Denis Villeneuve’s ENEMY (starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mélanie Laurent and Canada’s very own Sarah Gadon) and Gia Milani’s ALL THE WRONG REASONS (starring Emily Hampshire, Kevin Zegers and the late Cory Monteith).

Find the full feature film line up below:

  1. ALL THE WRONG REASONS – Gia Milani
  2. ENEMY – Denis Villeneuve
  3. GERONTOPHILIA – Bruce LaBruce
  4. THE HUSBAND – Bruce McDonald
  5. GABRIELLE – Louise Archambault
  6. THE F WORD – Michael Dowse
  7. SIDDHARTH – Richie Mehta
  8. ASPHALT WATCHES – Seth Scriver, Shayne Ehman
  9. WATERMARK – Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal
  10. BURT’S BUZZ – Jody Shapiro
  11. RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS – Jeff Barnaby
  12. HI-HO MISTAHEY! – Alanis Obomsawin
  13. EMPIRE OF DIRT – Peter Stebbings
  14. WHEN JEWS WERE FUNNY – Alan Zweig
  15. THE ANIMAL PROJECT – Ingrid Veninger
  16. TOM AT THE FARM – Xavier Dolan
  17. FILTHY GORGEOUS: THE BOB GUCCIONE STORY – Barry Avrich
  18. CINEMANOVELS – Terry Miles
  19. LE DÉMANTÈLEMENT – Sébastien Pilote
  20. SARAH PREFERS TO RUN – Chloé Robichaud
  21. STAY – Wiebke von Carolsfeld
  22. THE DICK KNOST SHOW – Bruce Sweeney
  23. TRIPTYCH – Pedro Pires, Robert Lepage
  24. UNE JEUNE FILLE (A JOURNEY) – Catherine Martin

For the Short Cuts Canada lineup, and other great TIFF 2013 films, visit tiff.net/thefestival

Adnan M.

Adnan M.

Founder of The Arts Guild (TAG); An arts lover with a variety of interests, including music, theatre, and history. Chief dude at TAG, hoping to spotlight and share amazing art and artists with the world. Keen interest in education, professional development and related topics.

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