The Toronto International Film Festival made its final programming announcements on Tuesday (Aug. 22), unveiling a line-up that includes a whopping 352 films from 61 countries.
Organizers capped off scheduling by announcing eight gala presentations including Ridley Scott's "A Good Year," starring Russell Crowe, and Michael Apted's "Amazing Graze," which will close the festival.
Both "A Good Year" and "Amazing Grace" will have their world premieres in Toronto, as will Anthony Minghella's "Breaking and Entering," starring Jude Law, and Patrice Leconte's "Mon Meilleur Ami," with Daniel Auteuil.
TIFF also will have the North American premieres of Susanne Bier's "After the Wedding," Douglas McGrath's Capote film "Infamous," Paul Verhoeven's "Black Book" and Feng Xiaogang's "A Banquet."
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from Sept. 7-16. Of the 352 films, 261 are features and 91 percent of those are world, international or North American premieres. The festival will include 62 feature directorial debuts.
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