As we do every year, Digital Journal is once again covering the annual Toronto International Film Festival, running from Sept. 6 to 16, 2012.
Since we prefer to cover the films rather than the celebrity-spotting, expect many reviews in the coming two weeks. How to find film festival-related content? Simply type "tiff" into the Search bar and you'll get all our festival coverage so far. The first review should be posted online Friday morning.
What films are on our radar? We plan on reviewing the highly anticipated The Master, starring Philip Seymour-Hoffman, and also the Salman Rushdie book-turned-film Midnight's Children. We'll check out Robert Redford's The Company You Keep, the James Franco-led Spring Breakers, historical drama Emperor, and Spike Lee's doc on Michael Jackson Bad 25.
Foreign films of interest include Pieta from South Korea and The Holy Quartenity from the Czech Republic.
We also can't resist a bit of horror fare, so expect a review of Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem and the thriller Seven Psychopaths.
Are you checking out TIFF this year? Or what film are you looking forward to seeing in 2012 and 2013?