Toronto Adds ‘The Aeronauts,’ ‘Mosul,’ ‘Seberg,’ & More To Festival Slate

TIFF Co-Heads Cameron Bailey and Joana Vicente added several more films in the Gala and Special Presentations sections of the 44th Toronto International Film Festival that runs September 5-15.

Here are the new ones:


The Tom Harper-directed Aeronauts will make its Canadian premiere, with Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne starring.

The Giuseppe Capotondi-directed Burnt Orange Heresy will make its North American premiere.


The Kenny Leon-directed American Son makes its world premiere.

The Quentin Dupieux-directed Deerskin ( Le Daim ) makes its international premiere.

The Gregor Jordan-directed Dirt Music makes its world premiere.

The Geetu Mohandas-directed The Elder One makes its world premiere

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Guns Akimbo, directed by Jason Lei Howden, makes its world premiere

Human Capital, directed by Marc Meyers, makes its world premiere;

Jungleland, directed by Max Winkler makes its world premiere;

Lucy in the Sky, directed by Noah Hawley, makes its world premiere;

Lyrebird, directed by Dan Friedkin, makes its international premiere;

Mosul, directed by Matthew Michael Carnahan, makes its North American premiere;

Seberg, directed by Benedict Andrews, makes its North American Premiere

Sibyl, directed by Justine Triet, makes its North American Premiere;

Synchronic, directed by Aaron Moorhead & Justin Benson, makes its world premiere

Films screening as part of the Masters programme include:

A Hidden Life, directed by Terrence Malick, North American Premiere

About Endlessness, directed by Roy Andersson, North American Premiere;

Devil Between the Legs ( El Diablo entre las Piernas ), directed by Arturo Ripstein, world premiere;

I Was at Home, But… ( Ich war zuhause, aber… ), directed by Angela Schanelec, North American premiere;

It Must Be Heaven, directed by Elia Suleiman, North American premiere;

Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger, directed by Alanis Obomsawin, world premiere;

Sorry We Missed You, directed by Ken Loach, North American premiere;

To the Ends of the Earth ( Tabi no Owari Sekai no Hajimari ), directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, North American premiere;

The Traitor, directed by Marco Bellocchio, North American premiere

The Whistlers, directed by Corneliu Porumboiu, North American premiere;

Zombi Child, directed by Bertrand Bonello, North American premiere

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