We are delighted to announce that additional films have just been announced to screen at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. There are Special Presentation Premieres for: VOX LUX, directed by Brady Corbet and shot by Director of Photography Lol Crawley, BSC; GRETA, directed by Neil Jordan and edited by Nick Emerson; GLORIA BELL, directed by Sebastian Lelio, shot by Director of Photography, Natasha Braier ASC, ADF; Joel Edgerton’s BOY ERASED, with production design by Chad Keith; HOLD THE DARK, directed by Jeremy Saulnier and shot by Director of Photography, Magnus Joenck; Guy Nattiv’s SKIN, lensed by Director of Photography, Arnaud Potier, AFC, and TEEN SPIRIT, directed by Max Minghella and shot by Director of Photography, Autumn Durald Arkapaw. In the Contemporary World Cinema category there are screenings for: ANGEL (UN ANGE), directed by Koen Mortier, edited by Nico Leunen, and BORDER (GRANS), directed by Ali Abassi and edited by our latest signing at LUX, Olivia Neergaard-Holm. Screening in the Midnight Madness category is THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK, directed by Henry Dunham and shot by Director of Photography, Jackson Hunt. Making its North American debut in the Masters category is ASH IS PUREST WHITE, directed by Jia Zhangke, shot by Director of Photography Eric Gautier, AFC, and cut by Matthieu Laclau. Opening the Discovery program is director Bai Xue’s THE CROSSING, also edited my Matthieu Laclau. Also in the Discovery program making its world premiere is FARMING, directed by Awale Akinnuoye-Adegbaje, with production design by Miren Marañon, costume design by Bex Crofton-Atkins and Hair & Make Up by Wakana Yoshihara. The festival runs from 6-16 September.