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REPORT: Toronto 2018

Cineuropa is covering the 43rd Toronto Film Festival live with reviews, interviews, news...

REPORT: Toronto 2018
Review: Saf

Review: Saf

TORONTO 2018: In his sophomore feature, Istanbulite Ali Vatansever observes how aggressive urbanisation is altering both his city and his country through the eyes of a simple but broken man  

21/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Baldvin Z  • Director

Interview: Baldvin Z • Director

“I realised that there was a whole world in Iceland that I didn’t know about”

TORONTO 2018: We sat down with Icelandic director Baldvin Z to get some inside information on his latest feature, the bleak and emotive Let Me Fall  

21/09 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Soudade Kaadan  • Director

Interview: Soudade Kaadan • Director

“You don’t know how much you are traumatised until you leave”

TORONTO 2018: We chatted to French-born Syrian director Soudade Kaadan about her Lion of the Future-winning The Day I Lost My Shadow, which also screened in Discovery  

21/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Gwen

Review: Gwen

TORONTO 2018: A young girl is forced to grow up too fast in British director William McGregor’s haunting feature debut  

20/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Rosie

Review: Rosie

TORONTO 2018: Irish director Paddy Breathnach takes aim at the homelessness crisis in Ireland in his new drama  

20/09 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: The Factory

Review: The Factory

TORONTO 2018: Russian helmer Yuri Bykov once again deals with corruption in his homeland in a social drama that blends thriller and action-packed heist elements within a claustrophobic environment  

20/09 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Marija Kavtaradzė • Director

Interview: Marija Kavtaradzė • Director

"I send my love to those people who see themselves or their loved ones in our characters"

TORONTO 2018: We chatted to Lithuanian director-scriptwriter Marija Kavtaradzė about her feature debut, Summer Survivors, which tackles mental-health issues from a different perspective  

19/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Farming

Review: Farming

TORONTO 2018: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje's violent feature debut is an autobiographical tale of a black British experience  

19/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: The Stone Speakers

Review: The Stone Speakers

TORONTO 2018: Igor Drljača explores particular places in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and their narratives that compete or fit in with the existing nationalistic discourses in the country  

19/09 | Toronto 2018 | Wavelengths

Review: The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia

Review: The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia

TORONTO 2018: Filmmaker and screenwriter Arturo Infante directs a science fiction comedy about the emancipation of women in modern-day Cuba  

19/09 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery