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Toronto International Film Festival 2017 Lineup (Photos)
‘Battle of the Sexes’
“Battle of the Sexes” is based on the true story behind the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
“BPM” is a story following the people fighting against the indifference that exists toward AIDS.
A headstrong girl disguises herself as a boy to help provide for her family in “The Breadwinner.”
“Breathe,” also a true story” follows an adventurous man whose life takes a turn after he is diagnosed with polio.
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‘Call Me By Your Name’
An American-Italian falls in love with an American who is living with his family while she studies, and the two share an unforgetable summer.
‘The Catcher Was A Spy’
Major League baseball player Moe Berg leads a double life while working for the Office of Strategic Services.
‘Catch the Wind’
A factory worker has her life turned upside down after she follows her employer to Morocco.
‘C’est La Vie’
‘The Current War’
Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse compete to create a sustainable system for Americans.
‘The Darkest Hour’
“The Darkest Hour” follows Winston Churchhill’s first days as Prime Minister, and his choice to negotiate a peace with Nazi Germany and stand and fight.
‘A Fantastic Woman’
“A Fantastic Woman” finds a woman named Marina reeling after the death of her boyfriend.
‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’
A fresh-faced actor and a Hollywood leading lady spark up a romance in “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool.”
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‘First They Killed My Father’
Cambodian author and human righs activist Loung Ung recounts the horrors she experienced under Khmer Rouge.
An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus” set in contemporary New Delhi.
“I, Tonya” tells the story of Tonya Harding’s rise through the ranks of competitive ice skating.
“Kings” follows a small family living in South Central following the verdict on the Rodney King trial in 1992.
‘Long Time Running’
The Tragically Hip are followed during the lead up and through to the end of their legendary 2016 tour.
“Mary Shelley” documents the love affair of the title character — who would go on to write “Frankenstein” — and the poet Percy Shelley.
‘The Mountain Between Us’
Two strangers must work together to stay alive after their plane crashes on a remote, snow-covered mountain.
Two friends return home from WWII to work on a farm in rural Mississippi and face racism and the struggles of adjusting to life after the war.
A young woman, training to become a nun, struggles with issues of faith, the changing church, and sexuality.
‘The Price of Success’
A comedian struggles to keep a solid relationship with his family once his career begins to take off.
‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’
“Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” tells the true story of the man who created Wonder Woman.
A cowboy searches for a new identity in middle America after suffering a near fatal head injury.
‘A Season in France’
‘The Shape of Water’
Set against the Cold War, two co-workers discover a secret classified experiment while working in a high-security lab.
An Islamic cleric has a crisis of faith when he hears that Michael Jackson has died.
A victim of the Boston Marathon bombing struggles with losing his legs.
Two people remember spending a Christmas together in France while one is diving to the ocean floor and the other is being held by jihadist fights.
‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’
Months after her daughter’s murder and no culprit to show for it, a mother puts up three billboards calling out the chief of police.
Untitled Bryan Cranston/Kevin Hart Film
‘Victoria and Abdul’
Queen Victoria strikes up a friendship with a young Indian clerk.
A writer decides to leave her husband while on a trip to receive a prestigious award.
‘Woman Walks Ahead’
The story of a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn travels to Dakota to pain a portrait of Sitting Bull.