TIFF 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced

TIFF 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced

Every year the Toronto International Film Festival — or TIFF 2022 this year — shows the world what’s coming next in the film industry, and for 2022 there is some absolute heat on the menu.

With the TIFF 2022 festival right around the corner, and the notion that it is finally back in person, the exciting premiere film event is scheduled to take place between September 8 and September 18. The event is returning to an in-person affair after a mostly virtual presentation for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will close down King Street in the throes of the duration. It is notable to mention that as of this posting, TIFF will not require masks or any vaccination proof in order to attend.

Tiff 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced

TIFF CEO Cameron Bailey said “We will only have a small sampling of films available in Canada for at-home viewing online. The festival is happening in-person, in theatres, and that’s where we want to see everyone,” with “We had a two-year run with drive-ins, and it was an exciting new thing for us to do, but there’s all kinds of new complications of showing movies to people who are sitting in their cars, as you can imagine, but for the moment, we’re done,” regarding the return of the mainly in-person nature of the event.

Each year the exciting celebration of film from around the globe brings new features to the massive event, with the aim of spreading culture and filmography to the city of Toronto in a 10-day film extravaganza. But, without further ado here are the films currently slated to make an appearance in September.

TIFF 2022 Films Announced & Directors

Tiff 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced
Alice, Darling – TIFF 2022
  • 1899 – Baran bo Odar
  • A Gaza Weekend – Basil Khalil
  • Alice, Darling – Mary Nighy
  • Black Ice – Hubert Davis
  • Butcher’s Crossing – Gabe Polsky
  • The Greatest Beer Run Ever – Peter Farrelly
  • The Hummingbird – Francesca Archibugi
  • Hunt – Lee Jung-jae
  • A Jazzman’s Blues – Tyler Perry
  • Kacchey Limbu – Shubham Yogi
  • Moving On – Paul Weitz
  • Paris Memories – Alice Winocour
  • Prisoner’s Daughter – Catherine Hardwicke
  • Raymond & Ray – Rodrigo García
  • Roost – Amy Redford
  • Sidney – Reginald Hudlin
  • The Son – Florian Zeller
  • The Swimmers – Sally El Hosaini
  • What’s Love Got To Do With It? – Shekhar Kapur
  • The Woman King – Gina Prince
  • Allelujah – Sir Richard Eyre
  • All Quiet on the Western Front – Edward Berger
  • The Banshees Of Inisherin – Martin McDonagh
  • Blueback – Robert Connolly
  • The Blue Caftan – Maryam Touzani
  • Broker – Hirokazu Kore-eda
  • Brother – Clement Virgo
  • Bros – Nicholas Stoller
  • Catherine Called Birdy – Lena Dunham
  • Causeway – Lila Neugebauer
  • Chevalier – Stephen Williams
  • Corsage – Marie Kreutzer
  • Decision to Leave – Park Chan-wook
  • Devotion – JD Dillard
  • Driving Madeleine – Christian Carion
  • El Suplente – Diego Lerman
  • Empire of Light – Sam Mendes
Tiff 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced
The Eternal Daughter – TIFF 2022
  • The Eternal Daughter – Joanna Hogg
  • The Fabelmans – Steven Spielberg
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – Rian Johnson
  • Good Night Oppy – Ryan White
  • The Good Nurse – Tobias Lindholm
  • Holy Spider – Ali Abbasi
  • Joyland – Saim Sadiq
  • The King’s Horseman – Biyi Bandele
  • The Lost King – Stephen Frears
  • A Man of Reason – Jung Woo-sung
  • The Menu – Mark Mylod
  • On the Come Up – Sanaa Lathan
  • One Fine Morning – Mia Hansen-Løve
  • Other People’s Children – Rebecca Zlotowski
  • Moonage Daydream – Brett Morgen
  • My Policeman – Michael Grandage
  • Nanny – Nikyatu Jusu
  • No Bears – Jafar Panahi
  • The Return of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlile – Kathlyn Horan
  • Saint Omer – Alice Diop
  • Sanctuary – Zachary Wigon
  • Stories Not to be Told – Cesc Gay
  • Triangle of Sadness – Ruben Östlund
  • Walk Up – Hong Sangsoo
  • Wendell & Wild – Henry Selick
Tiff 2022: All The Exciting Films Announced
The Whale – TIFF 2022
  • The WhaleDarren Aronofsky
  • Women Talking – Sarah Polley
  • The Wonder – Sebastián Lelio

Fans looking for tickets to attend TIFF 2022 can head over to the ticketing website in order to attend, TIFF 2022 will take place September 8 until September 18.

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