TIFF15: Must See Films

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Ladies and gentlemen the festival you’ve all been waiting is officially in full swing and movie buffs, city folk and festival craves are gathering on the streets of Toronto to be the first to see the latest and greatest in film at TIFF 2015. The festival is filled with so much excitement, fame and hustle that you don’t want to miss a single second, which is why we’re making picking a film to watch that much easier by compiling this years TIFF top five “must sees” for you.

Remember
Directed by Atom Egoyan
A story about an aging man who’s past can’t seem to pass him by and revenge is worth everything when he seeks vengeance on a Nazi guard who killed his family in Germany 70 years ago.
Watch it September 12th at 6:30 PM, Roy Thompson Hall

Spotlight
Directed by Tom McCarthy
Based on a true story, this star-studded film searches for the answers to a story about a Boston priest that people need to hear about through a prize winning investigation.
Watch it September 14th at 6:00 PM, Princess of Wales Theatre

Beeba Boys
Directed by Deepa Mehta
Bringing a sense of style into the world of crime, these boys know how to fight crime and still look good as a Sikh mobster leads the boys by fighting their way into the Vancouver crime scene.
Watch it September 14th at 2:30 PM, Scotiabank

The Danish Girl
Directed by Tom Hooper
A film about eternal love and having the strength to be who you truly believe you are.
Inspired by a true story, is a man who sees himself in a different light finds the courage to be someone he never knew existed.
Watch it September 13th at 12:00 PM, Roy Thompson Hall

Legend
Directed by Brian Helgeland
Based on a true story, make your way to London in the 1960s where two twin brothers show the city how to love, fight, live and rule like a legend in this film about a gangster prince and a one man mob trying to enter the gangster legend.
Watch it September 12th at 9:30 PM, Roy Thompson Hall

– Vanessa Cioffi

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