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1989 Toronto International Film Festival

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Opening film  In Country
Language  English
1989 Toronto International Film Festival
Location  Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hosted by  Toronto International Film Festival Group
Festival date  September 7, 1989 (1989-09-07)–September 16, 1989 (1989-09-16)

The 14th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) took place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada between September 7 and September 16, 1989. In Country by Norman Jewison was selected as the opening film.


Gala Presentation

  • In Country by Norman Jewison
  • Drugstore Cowboy by Gus Van Sant
  • Life and Nothing But by Bertrand Tavernier
  • Mystery Train by Jim Jarmusch
  • The Killer by John Woo
  • The Seventh Continent by Michael Haneke
  • My Left Foot by Jim Sheridan
  • Cinema Paradiso by Giuseppe Tornatore
  • The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover by Peter Greenaway
  • Sweetie by Jane Campion
  • Apartment Zero by Martin Donovan
  • Under the Glacier by Guðný Halldórsdóttir
  • Monsieur Hire by Patrice Leconte
  • Aviya's Summer by Eli Cohen
  • A Dry White Season by Euzhan Palcy
  • Needle by Rashid Nugmanov
  • Chattahoochee by Mick Jackson
  • Canadian Perspective

  • Roadkill by Bruce McDonald
  • Stealing Images by Alan Zweig
  • Jesus of Montreal by Denys Arcand
  • Where the Spirit Lives by Bruce Pittman
  • Midnight Madness

  • Dr. Caligari by Stephen Sayadian
  • Lenny Live and Unleashed by Andy Harries
  • Opera by Dario Argento
  • Carnival of Souls by Herk Harvey
  • Alien Space Avenger by Richard W. Haines
  • Funny by Bran Ferren
  • Over Easy by Ignacio Valero
  • Shimmelsteen by Michael Wolfe
  • No Such Thing As Gravity by Alyce Wittenstein
  • Whoregasm by Nick Zedd
  • Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Over-Fiend by Hideki Takayama
  • Heavy Petting by Obie Benz
  • Documentaries

  • Roger & Me by Michael Moore
  • Eat the Kimono by Kim Longinotto & Jano Williams
  • References

    1989 Toronto International Film Festival Wikipedia