TIFF 2013 Cinematheque Programme brings together classics from Cronenberg to Resnais

An Autumn Afternoon

 Over the years, the Toronto International Film Festival’s Cinematheque programme has given film fans an opportunity to watch old classics from world cinema on the big screen one more time. The 2013 incarnation of the TIFF Cinematheque programme sees seven critical favourites from yesteryear brought to life on the big screen. The films are:

- An Autumn Afternoon, the 1962 Japanese film by Yasujiro Ozu

- Gun Crazy, the 1950 American film by Joseph H. Lewis

- Hiroshima Mon Amour, the 1959 French/Japanese film by Alain Resnais

- Le Joli Mai, the 1963 French film by Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme

- Manila in the Claws of Light, the 1975 Filipino film by Lino Brocka

- Rome, Open City, the 1945 Italian film by Roberto Rossellini

- Shivers, the 1975 Canadian film by David Cronenberg

Details of the movies screening at the programme can be found here. The Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 5th to the 15th.



By Deepayan Sengupta

There was once a time when I thought Scarface was the best movie ever made, and Home Improvement was appointment television for me. While I still have a soft spot for both, those days of naivete are long behind me, as I’ve subsequently managed to broaden my horizons. Ambition is the most important part of a movie for me; if it tries to do something unique, tell a well-worn story in a different way, or take on large themes in a honest manner, I can forgive many flaws. If there’s one movie fact I’ve learnt after all these years, it’s that Employee of The Month is to Office Space what fast food is to fresh fruit.

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