Fans of nonfiction film can take in movies on everything from wrongful convictions in the U.S. justice system to Middle East relations and the continuing saga of Roman Polanski.
Cooke, the producer of "Deliver Us From Evil," will screen his take on the drug war with "How to Make Money Selling Drugs." The film features interviews with
British documentarian Temple has turned the camera on his hometown in his latest film "London -- The Modern Babylon" to depict how the British capital's immigrants -- musicians, artists, writers and just ordinary people -- changed the city over the past century.
Zenovich has returned with another chapter in the life of Polanski -- this time centered on the director's 10-month imprisonment in
Three films explore the complicated situation in the Middle East. Dror Moreh interviews six former heads of Shin Bet, Israel's secret security agency, in "The Gatekeepers." Dan Setton examines Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad's effort to seek statehood for his people in "State 194." And Mahdi Fleifel creates a portrait of three generations living in a refugee camp in southern Lebanon in "A World Not Ours."
Burns, in partnership with David McMahon and his daughter Sarah, tell the story of how five black and Latino teenagers were wrongly convicted of raping a jogger in Central Park. Their film,
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from Sept. 6 through 16.