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Fellow buzzy films “We Live in Time” with Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield, and Anderson .Paak’s directorial debut will also screen.

The 2024 Toronto International Film Festival is getting even more star power.

The festival unveiled four more titles as part of its highly-anticipated lineup which already includes the debuts of “Nightbitch” starring Amy Adams and Elton John documentary “Elton John: Never Too Late.” Now, buzzy titles “Eden” and “We Live in Time” join the festival premieres as part of the Gala and Special Presentation programs, sponsored by Dyson. The festival will take place from September 5 through 15.

Survival thriller “Eden,” directed by Ron Howard, stars Jude Law, Ana de Armas, Sydney Sweeney, and Vanessa Kirby. The feature was written by Noah Pink and is based on true events “about the lengths we will go to in pursuit of a better life,” per the elusive logline.

A24 and STUDIOCANAL romance “We Live in Time” will also have its world premiere at the festival. Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield star as a couple whose chance encounter changes their lives as they fall in love, build a home, start a family, and face difficult truths, including that their unconventional place in nonlinear time.

Additionally, Grammy Award winner Anderson .Paak’s semi-autobiographical dramatic comedy film “K-POPS” marks his directorial debut. “Shepherds,” an adaptation of the Canadian novel “D’où viens tu, berger?” about a young advertising executive who trades in his Montreal life to become a shepherd in France will screen, as well as “Superboys of Malegaon” based on the life of amateur Indian filmmaker Nasir Shaikh.

“I’m thrilled to share today’s list of World Premiere films, featuring stories from around the world that highlight the scope and breadth of TIFF’s programming,” Anita Lee, the Chief Programming Officer of TIFF, said. “We have a Canada/France co-production set in the French Alps, directed by a French Canadian auteur; a Seoul-set comedic debut from musician Anderson .Paak; a Bollywood glimpse into the vibrant film industry of Malegaon, India; a London-set love story starring Florence Pugh from an Irish director; and a highly original survival thriller that takes us to the Galapagos Islands from Ron Howard. I can’t wait for TIFF audiences to take these journeys on the big screen and be transported by cinema together this September.”

The 2024 Toronto International Film Festival is getting even more star power.

The festival unveiled four more titles as part of its highly-anticipated lineup which already includes the debuts of “Nightbitch” starring Amy Adams and Elton John documentary “Elton John: Never Too Late.” Now, buzzy titles “Eden” and “We Live in Time” join the festival premieres as part of the Gala and Special Presentation programs, sponsored by Dyson. The festival will take place from September 5 through 15.

Survival thriller “Eden,” directed by Ron Howard, stars Jude Law, Ana de Armas, Sydney Sweeney, and Vanessa Kirby. The feature was written by Noah Pink and is based on true events “about the lengths we will go to in pursuit of a better life,” per the elusive logline.

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A24 and STUDIOCANAL romance “We Live in Time” will also have its world premiere at the festival. Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield star as a couple whose chance encounter changes their lives as they fall in love, build a home, start a family, and face difficult truths, including that their unconventional place in nonlinear time.

Additionally, Grammy Award winner Anderson .Paak’s semi-autobiographical dramatic comedy film “K-POPS” marks his directorial debut. “Shepherds,” an adaptation of the Canadian novel “D’où viens tu, berger?” about a young advertising executive who trades in his Montreal life to become a shepherd in France will screen, as well as “Superboys of Malegaon” based on the life of amateur Indian filmmaker Nasir Shaikh.

“I’m thrilled to share today’s list of World Premiere films, featuring stories from around the world that highlight the scope and breadth of TIFF’s programming,” Anita Lee, the Chief Programming Officer of TIFF, said. “We have a Canada/France co-production set in the French Alps, directed by a French Canadian auteur; a Seoul-set comedic debut from musician Anderson .Paak; a Bollywood glimpse into the vibrant film industry of Malegaon, India; a London-set love story starring Florence Pugh from an Irish director; and a highly original survival thriller that takes us to the Galapagos Islands from Ron Howard. I can’t wait for TIFF audiences to take these journeys on the big screen and be transported by cinema together this September.”

The full festival lineup will be announced August 13. Click here for additional announced TIFF 2024 titles and check out the newly added films below.

Film details (in alphabetical order):

Eden | Ron Howard | USA
World Premiere | Gala
Imagine Entertainment / AGC Studios

K-POPS | Anderson .Paak | USA
World Premiere | Special Presentation
Sales Title – Rights Available (WME)

Shepherds | Sophie Deraspe | Canada/France
World Premiere | Special Presentation
DCP, micro_scope, Avenue B Productions, Maison 4:3, Pyramide International

Superboys of Malegaon | Reema Kagti | India
World Premiere | Gala
Amazon MGM Studios

We Live in Time | John Crowley | United Kingdom/France
World Premiere | Special Presentation
Sphere Films / StudioCanal

Source: IndieWire

July 9, 2024        Posted by MyAnn        0 Comments        Articles & Interviews , Eden