TIFF 2017 Guide

TIFF 2017: Dork Shelf’s Festival Guide

It’s that time of year again! The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, September 7th and runs through Sunday, September 17th.

Bringing together more than half a million movie lovers and hundreds of films from around the world, TIFF 2017 has a whole lot to offer. And as always, Dork Shelf will be covering as many festival films as we can, bringing you TIFF-related reviews, interviews, features, and more.

This page – Dork Shelf’s Festival Guide – will be your one-stop shop for all of that coverage and will be updated frequently throughout the duration of the festival!

Posts designated as *NEW* have been added within the past 24 hours.


TIFF 2017 REVIEWS

 Alias Grace – Primetime (Noah R. Taylor)

Borg/ McEnroe – Gala Presentations (Jason Gorber)

Bodied – Midnight Madness (Will Perkins)

Brad’s Status – Platform (Phil Brown)

Brawl in Cell Block 99 – Midnight Madness (Phil Brown)

Call Me By Your Name  - Special Presentations/ Next Wave (Phil Brown)

Cardinals – Discovery (Daniel Grant)

Catch the Wind – Special Presentations (Michael McNeely)

The Children Act – Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

The Crescent – Midnight Madness (Daniel Grant)

The Death of Stalin – Platform (Phil Brown)

The Disaster Artist – Midnight Madness (Noah R. Taylor)

Don’t Talk to Irene – Contemporary World Cinema (Noah R. Taylor)

Downrange – Midnight Madness (Daniel Grant)

Downsizing – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

Dragonfly Eyes – Our Digital Future/ Wavelengths (Noah R. Taylor)

Euthanizer – Contemporary World Cinema (Noah R. Taylor)

Eye on Juliet – Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

The Garden – Discovery (Noah R. Taylor)

Gutland – Discovery (Michael McNeely)

Happy End – Masters (Phil Brown)

Hostiles – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor) *NEW*

I Love You, Daddy – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

I, Tonya – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

Jim and Andy – TIFF Docs (Phil Brown)

Journey’s End – Contemporary World Cinema (Noah R. Taylor)

The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

Life and nothing more – Discovery (Daniel Grant)

Loveless – Masters (Jason Gorber)

Manhunt – Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

Mark Felt – The Man Who Brought Down The White House - Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

Mary Shelley – Special Presentations (Phil Brown)

Miracle - Discovery (Michael McNeely)

Molly’s Game – Gala Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

mother! – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

The Motive - Special Presentations (Michael McNeely)

Mudbound – Gala Presentations (Daniel Grant)

Our People Will Be Healed – Masters (Daniel Grant)

Outside In – Special Presentations (Soraya Roberts)

Porcupine Lake – Contemporary World Cinema (Daniel Grant)

The Price of Success – Special Presentations (Michael McNeely)

The Ritual – Midnight Madness (Phil Brown)

The Shape of Water – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

A Skin So Soft – Wavelengths (Noah R. Taylor)

Stronger – Gala Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

Suburbicon – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

Thelma – Special Presentations (Soraya Roberts)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - Special Presentations (Jason Gorber) *NEW*

Three Peaks – Special Presentations (Noah R. Taylor)

Unicorn Store – Special Presentations (Casey Reid)

Vampire Clay -Midnight Madness (Phil Brown)

 

 

INTERVIEWS

 

Coming soon!

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