Congratulations to our LUX clients who have work screening at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival. The following features will be making their world premieres: THE MARTIAN directed by Ridley Scott and co-edited by Valerio Bonelli; THE PROGRAM directed by Stephen Frears and cut by Valerio Bonelli; SEPTEMBERS OF SHIRAZ directed by Wayne Blair with production design by Annie Beauchamp; SUNSET SONG directed by Terence Davies and shot by Michael McDonough, BSC, ASC and THE ONES BELOW directed by David Farr with production design by Francesca di Mottola. The following films will be making their North American premieres: THE LOBSTER directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and shot by Thimios Bakatakis; LOUDER THAN BOMBS directed by Joachim Trier shot by Jakob Ihre and edited by Olivier Bugge Coutté; YOUTH directed by Paolo Sorrentino lensed by Luca Bigazzi; IN THE SHADOW OF WOMEN from director Philippe Garrel edited by Francois Gedigier; LES COWBOYS directed by Thomas Bidegain and shot by Arnaud Potier and SPARROWS directed Rúnar Rúnarsson and edited by Jacob Secher Schulsinger. There are also Canadian premiere screenings of BEASTS OF NO NATION shot by Mikkel E.G. Nielsen for director Cary Fukunaga, SON OF SAUL (Saul Fia) directed by László Nemes and JAMES WHITE directed by Josh Mond both lensed by Matyas Erdely, HSC; 45 YEARS directed by Andrew Haigh and shot by Lol Crawley, BSC. The documentary features section of the festival includes director Louise Osmond’s DARK HORSE shot by Benjamin Kracun and A FLICKERING TRUTH directed by Pietra Brettkelly and edited by Nicolas Chaudeurge. This year the festival has created a “Masters Programme”, featured in it is the political drama RABIN, THE LAST DAY directed by Amos Gitaï and lensed by Eric Gautier.