The Toronto International Film Festival has announced more films to be screened in its line up. Je Suis Charlie, a documentary about the attack on the victims of Charlie Hebdo will receive its World Premiere.
Patrick Stewart’s highly anticipated Green Room will open Midnight Madness. The Midnight Madness slate will also include The Girl In The Photographs, The Mind’s Eye and Southbound.
Amazing Grace, a documentary about a recording session Aretha Franklin did in 1972, and He Named Me Malala, a documentary about Malala Yousafzai will also be shown at TIFF.
The Midnight Madness additions are below:
Directed by Can Evrenol
A squad of unsuspecting cops go through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in an abandoned building, in the tour-de-force feature debut from ferociously talented director Can Evrenol.
Directed by Davy Force, Nick DenBoer
The Shining gets a digital remix in this poultry-infused reworking of Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic.
THE DEVIL’S CANDY
Directed by Sean Byrne
A struggling painter is possessed by satanic forces after he and his young family move into their dream home in rural Texas, in this creepily oppressive haunted-house tale from Australian writer-director Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones).
THE FINAL GIRLS
Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson
A group of young friends is sucked into the onscreen world of a cult 1980s slasher flick, in this clever horror-comedy packed with real heart, goofy gore and plenty of laughs.
THE GIRL IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS
Directed by Nick Simon
Directed by Jeremy Saulnier
A punk band on the road find themselves besieged by neo-Nazi white supremacists in a backwoods Oregon club, in this nail-biting thriller from the director of the cult hit Blue Ruin.
Directed by Ilya Naishuller
A cybernetic super-soldier kicks, punches and parkours his way across Russia to save his wife from a psychotic paramilitary psychic bent on world domination, in this non-stop, white-knuckle, crackerjack thrill ride.
THE MIND’S EYE
Directed by Joe Begos
A drifter with psychic powers takes on an evil doctor and his crew of telekinetic assassins.
Directed by Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Patrick Horvath, Radio Silence
From the makers of the horror anthology V/H/S, these five interlocking tales of terror follow the fates of a group of weary travellers who confront their worst nightmares — and darkest secrets — over one long night on a desolate stretch of desert highway.
SPL 2 – A TIME FOR CONSEQUENCES
Directed by Soi Cheang
Martial-arts greats Tony Jaa (Ong-bak) and Wu Jing team up in this bone-crunching action epic.
Directed by Takashi Miike
Japanese cinematic extremist Takashi Miike (13 Assassins) returns to his gonzo roots with this mind-melter that finds room for vampires, gangsters, earthquakes, volcanoes, monsters, martial arts, and even a yakuza knitting circle.
The Toronto Film Festival will run from September 10 – September 20.