9 agosto 2018

TIFF18: 'Halloween', 'Climax' e 'In Fabric' tra i titoli della Midnight Madness

Di Gabriele La Spina

Una selezione folle già dal suo nome, la Midnight Madness del Toronto International Film Festival 2018 svela i suoi titoli, come sempre incentrata sui più interessanti registi di genere. Ma non è la sola, anche la selezione dei documentari è stata oggi svelata, sospesa come di consueto tra presente e passato, con habitué del genere.

Nella Midnight Madness spiccano le presenze di Halloween, atteso nuovo film diretto da David Gordon Green, in anteprima mondiale, così come In Fabric di Peter Strickland, e il già applaudito Climax di Gaspar Noé, come anteprima americana. Tra i documentari sono invece interessanti le presenze di Michael Moore con Fahrenheit 11/9 e Rashida Jones in co-direzione con Alan Hicks per il documentario incentrato su Quincy Jones, dal titolo Quincy.

Il festival di svolgerà dal 6 al 16 settembre.

Midnight Madness

“Assassination Nation,” Sam Levinson, USA, Canadian Premiere

“Climax,” Gaspar Noé, France, North American Premiere

“Diamantino,” Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Schmidt, Portugal/France/Brazil, North American Premiere Midnight Madness Closing Film

“Halloween, David Gordon Green, USA, World Premiere

“In Fabric,” Peter Strickland, UK, World Premiere

“The Man Who Feels No Pain,” Vasan Bala, India, World Premiere

“Nekrotronic,” Kiah Roache-Turner, Australia, World Premiere

“The Predator,” Shane Black, USA, World Premiere Midnight Madness Opening Films

“The Standoff at Sparrow Creek,” Henry Dunham, USA, World Premiere

“The Wind,” Emma Tammi, USA, World Premiere

TIFF Docs

“American Dharma,” Errol Morris, USA/United Kingdom, North American Premiere

“Angels Are Made Of Light,” James Longley, USA/Denmark/Norway, Canadian Premiere

“The Biggest Little Farm,” John Chester, USA, International Premiere

“Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes,” Alexis Bloom, USA, World Premiere

“The Elephant Queen,” Victoria Stone, Mark Deeble, United Kingdom/Kenya, World Premiere

“Fahrenheit 11/9,” Michael Moore, USA, World Premiere TIFF Docs Opening Film

“Free Solo,” E. Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin, USA, International Premiere

“Freedom Fields,” Naziha Arebi, Libya/United Kingdom/Netherlands/USA/Qatar/Lebanon/Canada, World Premiere

“Ghost Fleet,” Shannon Service, Jeffrey Waldron, USA, International Premiere

“Graves Without a Name (Les tombeaux sans noms),” Rithy Panh, France/Cambodi, Canadian Premiere

“Heartbound (Hjertelandet),” Janus Metz, Sine Plambech, Denmark/Netherlands/Sweden, World Premiere

“Maiden,” Alex Holmes, United Kingdom, World Premiere

“Maria by Callas,” Tom Volf, France, North American Premiere

“Meeting Gorbachev,” Werner Herzog, André Singer, United Kingdom/USA/Germany, Canadian Premiere

“This Changes Everything,” Tom Donahue, USA, World Premiere

“Monrovia, Indiana,” Frederick Wiseman, USA, North American Premiere

“Putin’s Witnesses (Svideteli Putina),” Vitaly Mansky, Latvia/Switzerland/Czech Republic, International Premiere

“Quincy,” Rashida Jones, Alan Hicks, USA, World Premiere

“Screwball,” Billy Corben, USA, World Premiere

“Searching for Ingmar Bergman,” Margarethe von Trotta, Germany/France, North American Premiere TIFF Docs Closing Film

“The Truth About Killer Robots,” Maxim Pozdorovkin, USA, World Premiere

“Walking on Water,” Andrey Paounov, Italy/USA, North American Premiere

“When Arabs Danced (Au temps où les Arabes dansaient),” Jawad Rhalib, Belgium, North American Premiere

“Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema,” Mark Cousins, United Kingdom, North American Premiere

Fonte: IndieWire
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