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Freeway provides services for 33 titles in the TIFF 2015 line-up

10 Sep 2015 - Freeway Entertainment

The 40th Toronto International Film Festival (10-20 September 2015) is now in full swing in Toronto, Canada, featuring a diverse array of films including the best in international cinema.

Freeway Partner Martijn Meerstadt says: “TIFF is a major event for many of our clients and business partners, attracting industry professionals and buyers from all territories and sectors of the industry. We’re proud to be providing collection account management (CAM) to more than 30 titles screening across a number of categories this year.

“It’s always great to see our clients taking the opportunity to move their films into the spotlight, where they can gain critical attention from around the world. In our experience, TIFF is also an excellent market for buyers to preview films they’re interested in before the American Film Market in November.

“We hope that all of the titles we’re working have a very successful festival.” 

Freeway Entertainment provides services to the following 33 titles in the TIFF 2015 line-up:


In the Gala Presentations category:

Peter Sollett’s Freeheld (US)
Paul Gross’s Hyena Road (Canada)

Matt Brown’s The Man Who Knew Infinity (UK)

Catherine Hardwicke’s Miss You Already (UK)

Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden’s Mississippi Grind (US), CP

Paco Cabezas’s Mr. Right (US)

Atom Egoyan’s Remember (Canada)


In the Special Presentations category:


Robert Budreau’s Born To Be Blue (Canada-UK)

Patricia Rozema’s Into The Forest (Canada)

Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Lobster (Ire-UK-Gre-Fra-Neth)

Lenny Abrahamson’s Room (Ireland-Canada)

Terence Davies’s Sunset Song (UK-Luxembourg)

Jay Roach’s Trumbo (US)

James Vanderbilt’s Truth (US)

Robert Eggers’s The Witch (US-Canada)

Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth (Ita-Fra-UK-Swi)


In the TIFF Docs category:


Anthony Wonke’s Being AP (UK-Ireland)

Nick Read’s Bolshoi Babylon (UK)

Davis Guggenheim’s He Named Me Malala (US)


In the Platform category:


Sue Brooks’s Looking for Grace (Aus)


In the Discovery category:


Tammy Davis’s Born To Dance (NZ)

Stephen Page’s Spear (Aus)


In the Midnight Madness category:


Can Evrenol’s Baskin (Turkey)


In the Contemporary World Cinema category:


Leanne Pooley’s 25 April (New Zealand)

Ciro Guerra’s Embrace Of The Serpent (El Abrazo De La Serpiente) (Colombia-Venezuela-Argentina)

Oliver Hermanus’s The Endless River (La Rivière Sans Fin) (South Africa-France)

Jeremy Sims’s Last Cab To Darwin (Australia)

Cesc Gay’s Truman (Spain-Argentina)


In the City to City category:


Owen Harris’s Kill Your Friends (UK)

Rufus Norris’s London Road (UK)

Elaine Constantine’s Northern Soul (UK)

David Farr’s The Ones Below (UK)

Michael Caton-Jones’s Urban Hymn (UK)


For more information about TIFF 2015, visit