Trailers and Clips For TIFF Premieres ‘Labor Day,’ ‘Tim’s Vermeer,’ ‘Starred Up,’ ‘The Selfish Giant’ & More

Written by on September 6, 2013 

With Toronto International Film Festival kicking off this week, those behind the many premieres there are attempting to gain some attention, releasing various trailers and clips. Our latest round-up includes one of the biggest films of the festival, as Paramount has released our first footage from Jason Reitman‘s December-bound Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin.

We’ve also got the first trailers for The Art of the Steal, which boasts a cast including Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Terence Stamp and Jay Baruchel, as well as an already buzzed-about UK crime drama Starred Up. There’s also our first footage of Teller‘s debut documentary Tim’s Vermeer, as well as Clio Barnard‘s The Arbor follow-up, The Selfish Giant. Check out everything below and follow our complete coverage here.

Labor Day – Clip

The latest film from Jason Reitman (Up in the Air, Juno) centres on 13-year-old Henry (newcomer Gattlin Griffith) as he confronts the pangs of adolescence while struggling to care for his reclusive mother, Adele (Kate Winslet). On a back-to-school shopping trip, Henry and Adele encounter Frank (Josh Brolin), a man both intimidating and clearly in need of help, who convinces them to take him into their home. The events of this long weekend will shape each of them for the rest of their lives.

Tim’s Vermeer – Clip

Renowned illusionists and professional debunkers Penn & Teller unite for this documentary investigation into the mysterious methods of Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer, whose photo-realistic paintings predated the invention of the camera by 150 years.

Starred Up – Teaser

The prison movie genre gets a fresh shot of youthful grit in this hard-hitting but big-hearted British drama about a teenaged inmate transferred to the adult prison where his own father is incarcerated.

The Art of the Steal – Trailer

A dynamite cast — including Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Terence Stamp and Jay Baruchel — enlivens this crackling crime film from writer-director Jonathan Sobol (A Beginner’s Guide to Endings).

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