A daily documentation what’s we’ve seen, want to see and aren’t even trying to see at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2013
- THE BIG CHILL: Marking the 30th anniversary of the beloved ensembled dramedy, the cast and crew reunite at TIFF for a special Q&A event. (6:00 p.m., Princess of Wales)
WE WISH WE WERE SEEING
- ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE: This horror comedy kicks off the 25th annual Midnight Madness programming. From a directing duo (one half of which directed the Fille-fave May) comes a gory story about a high school outsider’s revenge. (11:59 p.m., Ryerson Theatre)
- SALINGER: A documentary compiling archival material and info about the late, great author of The Catcher in the Rye makes it’s way to TIFF at the last minute. It tells the story of his life post-limelight and features celebrity interviews. (8:00 p.m., Scotiabank 2)
- BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR: This film is a coming-of-age love story about a high schooler and an art student. This French film also took the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. (7 p.m., Winter Garden Theatre)
- THE FIFTH ESTATE: Admittedly, we’re not super-psyched about this year’s festival opener, but it’s worth a mention. This intense drama follows Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch), the founder of Wikileaks, through his trial and tirbulations. (6:30 p.m., Visa Screening Room [Elgin]; 8:00 p.m. Roy Thompson Hall)