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.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2013
WE WISH WE WERE SEEING
- LIFE OF CRIME: This one goes out to the late, great Elmore Leonard, who wrote the book that became this crime flick starring Jen Aniston, John Hawkes and Tim Robbins. (6 p.m., Visa Screening Room; 8 p.m., Roy Thomson Hall)
- WE ARE THE BEST!: A Swedish/Danish coming-of-age flick about a group of teenage girls who start a punk band. (1:15 p.m, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema)
- WITCHING AND BITCHING: It’s robbers vs. witches in this Spanish Midnight Madness pick. (11:59 p.m., Ryerson Theatre)
- BELLE: There’s been major buzz on this drama, which tells the story of a biracial woman raised by her white Navy admiral father in 18th century Britain. (6:30 p.m, Lightbox 1)
- THE CHIWETEL EJIOFOR FEST: OK, so this isn’t actually a thing. But there are two biopics staring Ejiofor at the fest today: the critically-acclaimed 12 Years a Slave and Half of a Yellow Sun. (9 p.m, Visa Screening Room’; 9:30 p.m, Scotiabank 4).