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 12, 2013
- THE RIGHT KIND OF WRONG: The director of one of our faves, Benny & Joon, returns with a rom-com about a man (True Blood’s Ryan Kwanten) hellbent on getting together with his crush (Sarah Canning), despite first meeting her on her wedding day. (6:30 p.m., Roy Thomson Hall)
WE WISH WE WERE SEEING
- SARAH PREFERS TO RUN: This French Canadian coming-of-sexual-age tale from Chloé Robichaud is getting a lot of advance buzz (at least from the press peeps we’ve been talking to in line). Follows a young runner as she climbs the steep hill to adulthood at McGill University. (9:15 p.m., Scotiabank 4)
- THE FACE OF LOVE: Annette Benning plays a woman who falls for a man (Ed Harris) who is the spitting image, physically and emotionally, of her late husband. (6:00 p.m., Visa Screening Room)
- THE LOVE PUNCH: Emma Thompson and Pierce Brosnan pair up to portray a divorced couple who plot an elaborate jewel heist in this romantic romp. (9:30 p.m., Roy Thomson Hall)