2019 TIFF

TIFF stands for the Toronto International Film Festival. The 2019 TIFF is the 44th annual festival which is scheduled to be held from the 5th of September till the 15th of September, 2019.



The winners for the various categories will be announced after the festival. TIFF has already announced Meryl Streep as the inaugural recipient of the TIFF Tribute actor award to honour his distinguished work in film acting.

The selection for the 2019 TIFF festival are:

Gala Presentations of TIFF

  • Abominable by Jill Culton, as well as
  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, as well as
  • Blackbird by Roger Michell, as well as
  • The Burnt Orange Heresy by Giuseppe Capotondi, as well as
  •  Clemency by Chinonye Chukwu, as well as
  • Ford v Ferrari by James Mangold, as well as
  • The Aeronauts by Tom Harper, as well as
  • The Goldfinch by John Crowley, as well as
  •  Harriet by Kasi Lemmons, as well as
  • Honey Boy by Alma Har’el, as well as
  •  Hustlers by Lorene Scafaria, as well as
  • Also, American Woman by Semi Chellas, as well as
  • Joker by Todd Phillips, as well as
  • Just Mercy by Destin Daniel Cretton, as well as
  •  Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band by Daniel Roher, as well as


  • Radioactive by Marjane Satrapi, as well as
  • The Sky Is Pink by Shonali Bose, as well as
  • The Song of Names by François Girard, as well as
  • True History of the Kelly Gang, as well as
  • Western Stars by Bruce Springsteen and Thom Zimny

Special Events

  • David Foster: Off the Record, as well as
  • One Day in the Life: Noah Piugattuk

Special Presentations at TIFF

  • American Son by Kenny Leon, as well as
  • Bad Education by Cory Finley, as well as
  • La Belle Époque by Nicolas Bedos, as well as
  • Clifton Hill by Albert Shin, as well as
  • Coming Home Again by Wayne Wang, as well as
  • Deerskin by Quentin Dupieux, as well as
  • Dirt Music by Gregor Jordan, as well as
  • Dolemite Is My Name by Craig Brewer, as well as
  • The Elder One by Geetu Mohandas, as well as
  • Ema by Pablo Larraín, as well as
  • Endings, Beginnings by Drake Doremus, as well as
  • Frankie by Ira Sachs, as well as
  • The Friend by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, as well as
  • Greed by Michael Winterbottom, as well as
  • Guest of Honour by Atom Egoyan, as well as
  • Guns Akimbo by Jason Lei Howden, as well as
  • A Herdade by Tiago Guedes, as well as
  • Heroic Losers by Sebastián Borensztein, as well as
  • Hope Gap by William Nicholson, as well as
  • How to Build a Girl, as well as
  • Human Capital by Marc Meyers, as well as
  • I Am Woman by Unjoo Moon, as well as
  • Jojo Rabbit by Taika Waititi, as well as
  • Judy by Rupert Goold, as well as
  • Jungleland by Max Winkler



  • Knives Out by Rian Johnson
  • The Laundromat by Steven Soderbergh
  • The Lighthouse by Robert Eggers
  • Lucy in the Sky by Noah Hawley
  • Lyrebird by Dan Friedkin
  • Marriage Story by Noah Baumbach
  • Military Wives by Peter Cattaneo
  • Mosul by Matthew Michael Carnahan
  • Motherless Brooklyn by Edward Norton
  • No.7 Cherry Lane by Yonfan
  • Ordinary Love by Lisa Barros D’Sa
  • The Other Lamb by Małgorzata Szumowska
  • Pain and Glory by Pedro Almodóvar
  • The Painted Bird by Václav Marhoul
  • Parasite by Bong Joon-ho
  • Pelican Blood by Katrin Gebbe
  • The Personal History of David Copperfield
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Saturday Fiction by Lou Ye
  • The Report by Scott Z. Burns
  • Seberg by Benedict Andrews
  • Sibyl by Justine Triet
  • Synchronic by Aaron Moorehead and Justin Benson