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TIFF 2015: Table of Contents

The following table of contents features the complete line-up of coverage from the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival published at RogerEbert.com by editor Brian Tallerico, critic Susan Wloszczyna and others. Click on each film, and you will be directed to its review from TIFF.

BRIAN TALLERICO

Roundup of TIFF 2015 Films Previously Reviewed

Interview with Terence Davies on Sunset Song

Interview with Nicholas Hoult on Kill Your Friends & Equals

25 April

Anomalisa

The Ardennes

Baskin

Black Mass

Born to Be Blue

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Cemetery of Splendour

Demon

Desierto

The Devil's Candy

Dheepan

Every Thing Will Be Fine

The Family Fang

February

Freeheld

Green Room

Hardcore

High-Rise

Into the Forest

Jafar Panahi's Taxi

Legend

The Lobster

London Road

The Martian

Men & Chicken

The Mind's Eye

The Missing Girl

Mustang

The Ones Below

Phantom Boy

Remember

Son of Saul

Southbound

Spotlight

Sunset Song

Trumbo

Truth

Victoria

SUSAN WLOSZCZYNA

TIFF 2015 Preview

Interview with Martin Zandvliet on Land of Mine

45 Years

About Ray

Brooklyn

The Danish Girl

The Daughter

Demolition

Eye in the Sky

I Saw the Light

The Lady in the Van

The Program

A Tale of Love and Darkness

Where to Invade Next

Youth

TINA HASSANNIA

The Hard Stop

Heart of a Dog

Hitchcock/Truffaut

Janis: Little Girl Blue

Miss Sharon Jones!

The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble

Ninth Floor

Our Last Tango

Thru You Princess

Where to Invade Next

MATT FAGERHOLM

Interview with Julie Delpy on Lolo

Downriver

Homesick

Keeper

We Monsters

SAM FRAGOSO

Families

The Final Girls

I Smile Back

Louder Than Bombs

Stonewall

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