TIFF 2021: The Official Lineup

The 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, the 46th event in the Toronto International Film Festival series, is scheduled to be held from September 9 to 18, 2021. Due to continued the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, the festival is currently planning for multiple contingencies, including both the need to stage another primarily online event and the potential to return to a more traditional model of physical screenings, although the currently foreseen model will again be a “hybrid” of physical and digital screenings.

Opening Film

Dear Evan Hansen by Stephen Chbosky

Gala presentations

Belfast by Kenneth Branagh

Clifford the Big Red Dog by Walt Becker

Dear Evan Hansen by Stephen Chbosky

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain by Will Sharpe

The Eyes of Tammy Faye by Michael Showalter

Jagged by Alison Klayman

Last Night in Soho by Edgar Wright

The Mad Woman’s Ball by Mélanie Laurent

Night Raiders by Danis Goulet

One Second by Zhang Yimou

The Survivor by Barry Levinson

Special presentations 

Ali & Ava by Clio Barnard

All My Puny Sorrows by Michael McGowan

Benediction by Terence Davies

Bergman Island by Mia Hansen-Løve

Charlotte by Eric Warin and Tahir Rana

Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over by

Dave Wooley and David Heilbroner

Drive My Car by Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Encounter by Michael Pearce

The Guilty by Antoine Fuqua

I’m Your Man by Maria Schrader

Inexorable by Fabrice Du Welz

Lakewood by Phillip Noyce

The Middle Man by Bent Hamer

Official Competition by Gastón Duprat & Mariano Cohn

Paris, 13th District by Jacques Audiard

Petite Maman by Céline Sciamma

The Starling by Theodore Melfi

The Story of My Wife by Ildikó Enyedi

Three Floors by Nanni Moretti

Violet by Justine Bateman

The Worst Person in the World by Joachim Trier

Special Events

Dune by Denis Villeneuve

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