2018 Toronto International Film Festival
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2018 Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival
2018 Toronto International Film Festival poster.jpg
Festival poster
Opening filmOutlaw King by David Mackenzie
Closing filmJeremiah Terminator LeRoy by Justin Kelly
LocationToronto, Ontario, Canada
Founded1976
Festival dateSeptember 6-16, 2018
Websitewww.tiff.net/tiff/

The 43rd annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) took place from September 6 to 16, 2018. In June 2018, the TIFF organizers announced a program to ensure that at least 20 percent of all film critics and journalists given press accreditation to the festival are members of underrepresented groups, such as women and people of color.[1] The People's Choice Award was won by Green Book, directed by Peter Farrelly.[2]

Awards

Award Film Director
People's Choice Award Green Book Peter Farrelly
People's Choice Award, First Runner Up If Beale Street Could Talk Barry Jenkins
People's Choice Award, Second Runner Up Roma Alfonso Cuarón
People's Choice Award: Documentary Free Solo E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin
People's Choice Award: Documentary, First Runner Up This Changes Everything Tom Donahue
People's Choice Award: Documentary, Second Runner Up The Biggest Little Farm John Chester
People's Choice Award: Midnight Madness The Man Who Feels No Pain (Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota) Vasan Bala
People's Choice Award: Midnight Madness, First Runner Up Halloween David Gordon Green
People's Choice Award: Midnight Madness, Second Runner Up Assassination Nation Sam Levinson
Platform Prize Cities of Last Things Ho Wi Ding
Platform Prize, Honourable Mention The River Emir Baigazin
Best Canadian Feature Film The Fireflies Are Gone (La disparution des lucioles) Sébastien Pilote
Best Canadian Short Film Brotherhood (Ikhwène) Meryam Joobeur
Best Canadian Short Film, Honourable Mention Fauve Jérémy Comte
Best Canadian First Feature Film Roads in February (Les routes en février) Katherine Jerkovic
FIPRESCI Discovery Prize Float Like a Butterfly Carmel Winters
FIPRESCI Discovery Prize, Honourable Mention Twin Flower Laura Luchetti
FIPRESCI Special Presentations Skin Guy Nattiv
FIPRESCI Special Presentations, Honourable Mention A Faithful Man Louis Garrel
Best International Short Film The Field Sandhya Suri
Best International Short Film, Honourable Mention Fuck You Anette Sidor
Best International Short Film, Honourable Mention This Magnificent Cake Emma de Swaef, Marc James Roels
Netpac Award for World or International Asian Film Premiere The Third Wife Ash Mayfair
Netpac Award, Honourable Mention The Crossing Bai Xue
Eurimages Audentia Award for Best Female Director Fig Tree Alamork Davidian
Eurimages Audentia Award, Honourable Mention Phoenix Camilla Strøm Henriksen

Juries

Platform Jury

Canadian Feature Film Jury

Short Cuts Film Jury

  • Claire Diao
  • Molly McGlynn
  • Michael Pearce

Programmes

The first slate of galas and special presentations was announced on July 24, 2018.[5] The festival's lineup of Canadian films was announced on August 1,[6] and the lineup for the Platform program was announced on August 8.[7] Two days later, the Documentaries lineup was announced, with additional films added to the Midnight Madness programme.[8] Additional films were added to respective lineups on August 14.[9]

Gala presentations

Special presentations

Special events

Documentaries

Contemporary World Cinema

Discovery

Masters

Midnight Madness

Platform

Short Cuts

Wavelengths

Primetime

Canada's Top Ten

TIFF's annual Canada's Top Ten list, of the films selected by festival programmers as the year's ten best Canadian feature and short films, was released on December 5.[10]

Unlike in prior years, the films selected for the Top Ten list will not be screened at a dedicated festival in January, but will instead each receive its own standalone theatrical run at the TIFF Bell Lightbox throughout the year.[11]

Feature films

Short films

References

  1. ^ "TIFF to spotlight underrepresented film critics, journalists". The Globe and Mail, June 14, 2018.
  2. ^ "Green Book wins influential Toronto festival award". BBC News. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ a b "TIFF reveals Cannes-centric jury for 2018 Platform competition". The Globe and Mail, May 10, 2018.
  4. ^ "Toronto: Natalie Portman's 'Vox Lux,' Chloe Grace Moretz's 'Greta' Join Festival Lineup". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Toronto: Timothee Chalamet Starrer 'Beautiful Boy,' Dan Fogelman's 'Life Itself' Among Festival Lineup". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "TIFF Reveals Full Canadian Lineup, Including 19 New Films and Special Premiere Event of Rob Stewart's Final 'Sharkwater' Doc". IndieWire. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "TIFF 2018: Nicole Kidman, Elisabeth Moss films to compete for Platform Prize". Now, August 8, 2018.
  8. ^ "TIFF Announces Midnight Madness and Documentary Slates, Including 'Halloween' and 'Fahrenheit 11/9' World Premieres". IndieWire. Retrieved 2018.
  9. ^ TIFF Adds More High-Profile Titles, Including Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s,' 'Boy Erased,' 'Hold the Dark,' and Many More, Indiewire, August 14, 2018.
  10. ^ "TIFF's Canada's Top Ten list skews a lot younger this year". Now, December 5, 2018.
  11. ^ "TIFF scraps popular Canada's Top Ten Film Festival". Now, November 7, 2018.

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