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TORONTO 2018 TIFF Docs / Midnight Madness

Toronto presents TIFF Docs and Midnight Madness selections

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- Slates include new works from European directors such as Werner Herzog, Vitaly Mansky, Margarethe von Trotta, Peter Strickland and Gaspar Noé

Toronto presents TIFF Docs and Midnight Madness selections
In Fabric by Peter Strickland

The 43rd Toronto International Film Festival has presented the line-ups for its documentary programme TIFF Docs and its Midnight Madness section.

The TIFF Docs selection will open with the world premiere of Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9 and will close with Margarethe von Trotta’s Searching for Ingmar Bergman [+see also:
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, presenting a line-up of 27 feature-length non-fiction films, representing 19 countries. Highlights include Werner Herzog and André Singer’s Meeting Gorbachev [+see also:
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, Vitaly Mansky’s Karlovy Vary winner Putin’s Witnesses [+see also:
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interview: Vitaly Mansky
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]
, and Errol Morris’ European co-production American Dharma [+see also:
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.

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The Midnight Madness section features 10 genre movies including the new films by European directors Peter Strickland (In Fabric [+see also:
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), Gaspar Noé (Climax [+see also:
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]
) and Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt (Cannes' Critics' Week winner Diamantino [+see also:
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interview: Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Sc…
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]
).

The full list of films selected:

TIFF Docs

American Dharma [+see also:
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 - Errol Morris (USA/United Kingdom)
Angels Are Made Of Light - James Longley (USA/Denmark/Norway)
The Biggest Little Farm - John Chester (USA)
Carmine Street GuitarsRon Mann (Canada)
Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes - Alexis Bloom (USA)
The Elephant Queen [+see also:
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- Victoria Stone, Mark Deeble (United Kingdom/Kenya)
Fahrenheit 11/9 - Michael Moore (USA) (opening film)
Free Solo - E. Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin (USA)
Freedom Fields [+see also:
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- Naziha Arebi (Libya/United Kingdom/Netherlands/USA/Qatar/Lebanon/Canada)
Ghost Fleet - Shannon Service, Jeffrey Waldron (USA)
Graves Without a Name [+see also:
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interview: Rithy Panh
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]
- Rithy Panh (France/Cambodia)
Heartbound [+see also:
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- Janus Metz, Sine Plambech (Denmark/Netherlands/Sweden)
Maiden [+see also:
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- Alex Holmes (United Kingdom)
Maria by Callas [+see also:
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- Tom Volf (France)
Meeting Gorbachev [+see also:
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- Werner Herzog, André Singer (United Kingdom/USA/Germany)
Monrovia, Indiana - Frederick Wiseman (USA)
Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben FerenczBarry Avrich (Canada)
Putin’s Witnesses [+see also:
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interview: Vitaly Mansky
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]
 - Vitaly Mansky (Latvia/Switzerland/Czech Republic)
Quincy - Rashida Jones, Alan Hicks (USA)
Screwball - Billy Corben (USA)
Searching for Ingmar Bergman [+see also:
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 - Margarethe von Trotta (Germany/France) (closing film)
The Truth About Killer Robots - Maxim Pozdorovkin (USA)
This Changes Everything - Tom Donahue (USA)
Walking on Water [+see also:
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- Andrey Paounov (Italy/USA)
What is Democracy?Astra Taylor (Canada)
When Arabs Danced [+see also:
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- Jawad Rhalib (Belgium)
Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema [+see also:
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]
- Mark Cousins (United Kingdom)

Midnight Madness

Assassination Nation - Sam Levinson (USA)
Climax [+see also:
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 - Gaspar Noé (France)
Diamantino [+see also:
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interview: Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Sc…
film profile
]
- Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Schmidt (Portugal/France/Brazil) (closing film)
Halloween - David Gordon Green (USA)
In Fabric [+see also:
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trailer
interview: Peter Strickland
film profile
]
 - Peter Strickland (UK)
The Man Who Feels No Pain - Vasan Bala (India)
Nekrotronic - Kiah Roache-Turner (Australia)
The Predator - Shane Black (USA) (opening film)
The Standoff at Sparrow Creek - Henry Dunham (USA)
The Wind - Emma Tammi (USA)

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