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First Trailer For Aleksandr Sokurov’s Venice and TIFF-Bound ‘Francofonia’ Tours the Louvre

It’s the dawn of the fall festival kick-off, which means a number of our favorite international directors are preparing for the world premiere of their latest films. Following up Faust, one of Russia’s preeminent working directors, Aleksandr Sokurov, will return with a new drama. Francofonia, which will premiere shortly at Venice before stopping by Toronto, begins “as a portrait […]

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Return to David Lynch’s Masterpiece In Trailer for Documentary ‘Blue Velvet Revisited’

If you think you’ve seen, read, and talked about everything Blue Velvet-related, there’s (somehow) a new piece to the puzzle. It’s taken 30 years, but the resulting Blue Velvet Revisited sounds like it’s worthy of the legacy. So goes the description for its original soundtrack (via Filmmaker Magazine), “In 1985, a young German filmmaker Peter […]


Stacy Martin Gets Trapped By Terrorists In First Trailer For Venice-Bound ‘Taj Mahal’

After Lars von Trier gave her a major role in Nymphomaniac, Stacy Martin will return this fall with a new thriller. Titled Taj Mahal, the story focuses on a terrorist hostage situation in 2008 at the famous hotel located at the titular place. Ahead of a premiere at Venice, the first trailer has now landed. Scripted and […]


Will Smith Takes on the NFL In First Trailer For ‘Concussion’

With After Earth, Winter’s Tale and Focus leaving Will Smith fans disappointed the last few years, the actor is hoping to regain some stature with an Oscar season drama. This December will bring Concussion, a drama which is based on Jeanne Marie Laskas‘ GQ article, Game Brain, itself about Dr. Bennet Omalu, whose discoveries in the […]

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TIFF Trailers For Premieres from Sergei Loznitsa, Erik Matti, Jerzy Skolimowski and More

In highlighting our most-anticipated films of the fall, a few festival premieres flew under the radar — not a surprise when it comes to the hundreds of films that will be stopping by Toronto International Film Festival in particular. Today brings trailers for some of those we’re looking forward to, but perhaps aren’t on the […]


Stephen Daldry’s ‘Trash’ Returns With First U.S. Trailer

It was a year ago when many were wondering if Stephen Daldry‘s Oscar bait streak would continue with Trash. However, after a premiere at Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, the latest drama from the director of The Hours and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close never saw a U.S. release. But now it’s quietly coming this October, and […]


Trailer Teases Newly Remastered Edition of Brad Bird’s ‘The Iron Giant’

After a relatively disappointing start to the summer, at least we’ll be getting one great Brad Bird film this year. His directorial debut, The Iron Giant, over fifteen years after a fairly underwhelming theatrical release, has been remastered and expanded (with two new scenes) and is returning to theaters. Following the relationship between a massive robot and […]


Kristin Wiig Births a ‘Nasty Baby’ In First Trailer For Sundance Drama

Oscillating from major-budget fare (The Martian, Zoolander 2, Ghostbusters) to independent projects (The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Welcome to Me, The Skeleton Twins), as of late Kristin Wiig has both sides of the spectrum covered. Her new drama, Nasty Baby, will see her far on the latter side and today brings the first trailer. […]


Michael Caine Retreats In U.S. Trailer For Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘Youth’

Following up his Oscar-winning The Great Beauty director Paolo Sorrentino returns this year with Youth, an ensemble drama that teams together Michael Caine, Rachel Weisz, Harvey Keitel and Paul Dano. After premiering at Cannes Film Festival, Fox Searchlight snapped up the rights and have now released the first U.S. trailer ahead of a stop at TIFF and a theatrical release in […]

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Trailers for TIFF Features from Mathieu Amalric and Ben Rivers

As difficult as it is to cover everything that hits TIFF during any given year, but here are three strong-looking titles that have flown a bit under the radar. They are Families, a Mathieu Amalric-led feature that marks Jean-Paul Rappeneau‘s first in twelve years; Ben Rivers‘ A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness follow-up (deep […]

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