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TORONTO 2014 Belgium/UK

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Belgium and the UK well represented at TIFF

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- The Toronto International Film Festival has announced a second series of titles for its 2014 edition

Belgium and the UK well represented at TIFF
Alleluia by Fabrice Du Welz

The new film by Norwegian director Bent Hamer, 1001 Grams [+see also:
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, will have its world premiere in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Masters section, as will UK filmmaker Michael Winterbottom’s The Face of an Angel. North American premieres from Europe include Venice title A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence [+see also:
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by Sweden’s Roy Andersson, and Swiss-French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s Goodbye to Language 3D [+see also:
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, which premiered at Cannes.

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Several European films will have their world premieres at Toronto as part of the always-exciting Midnight Madness section, including [REC] 4: Apocalypse [+see also:
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by Spanish director Jaume Balagueró; Cub, the feature debut by Flemish-Belgian director Jonas Govaerts; and Big Game, a Finland/UK/Germany co-production directed by Jalmari Helander that stars Samuel L Jackson, Jim Broadbent and Felicity Huffman.

A large contingent of European films will premiere in the Vanguard section, including the world premiere of Belgian film Waste Land, starring Walloon actor Jérémie Renier and directed by Flemish genre director Pieter Van Hees; and the North American premiere of Alleluia [+see also:
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, by Van Hees’ francophone compatriot and fellow genre director Fabrice Du Welz.

Three titles from the UK are also part of the Vanguard section: Peter Strickland’s The Duke of Burgundy and Dave McKean’s Luna will both have their world premieres at TIFF, while Gerard Johnson’s Hyena will have its international premiere at the festival.

Rounding off the European presence in the Vanguard section are Spanish entry Shrew’s Nest, by directors Juanfer Andrés and Esteban Roel; Goodnight Mommy [+see also:
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interview: Severin Fiala and Veronika …
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by Austrian directorial duo Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala; and Finnish director JP Valkeapää’s They Have Escaped.

The festival will run from 4-14 September. 

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