Joy Land: It’s my TIFF 2022 schedule

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September 8
9:45am – Valeria Is Getting Married (Michal Vinik), Scotiabank 9
1pm – Joyland (Saim Sadiq), Scotiabank 1
4:30pm – Women Talking (Sarah Polley), Scotiabank 12
9pm – Return to Seoul (Davy Chou), Lightbox 2

September 9
9am – The Inspection (Elegance Bratton), Scotiabank 1
12:50pm – So Much Tenderness (Lina Rodriguez), Scotiabank 7
3:30-5pm – Meriem Bennani: Life on the CAPS (Meriem Bennani), The Power Plant
9:15pm – Horse Opera (Moyra Davey), Lightbox 4
               – preceded by EVENTIDE (Sharon Lockhart)

September 10
12:10pm – No Bears (Jafar Panahi), Scotiabank 11
3pm – Tales from the Gimli Hospital Redux (Guy Maddin), Lightbox 4
6:45pm – Wavelengths 1: Fata Morgana, Lightbox 4
               – Fata Morgana (Tacita Dean)
               + After Work (Céline Condorelli & Ben Rivers)
               – F1ghting Looks Different 2 Me Now (Fox Maxy)
               – Moonrise (Vincent Grenier)
               – The Time That Separates Us (Parastoo Anoushahpour)

September 11
8am – The Fabelmans (Steven Spielberg), Lightbox 1 & 2
1pm – Dalíland (Mary Harron), Scotiabank 12
3:40pm – Other People’s Children (Rebecca Zlotowski), Scotiabank 7
6pm – Wavelengths 2: Crisis of Contact, Lightbox 4
               – What Rules the Invisible (Tiffany Sia)
               + Hors-titre (Wiame Haddad)
               – Puerta a Puerta (Luis Arnías & Jessica Sarah Rinland)
               – Bigger on the Inside (Angelo Madsen Minax)
               – I Thought the World of You (Kurt Walker)
               + The Newest Olds (Pablo Mazzolo)

September 12
9am – The Whale (Darren Aronofsky), Scotiabank 1
12:30pm – Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Rian Johnson), Royal Alexandra Theatre
3:40pm – Riceboy Sleeps (Anthony Shim), Scotiabank 5
6pm – All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (Laura Poitras), Lightbox 1

September 13
8:45am – The Banshees of Inisherin (Martin McDonagh), Scotiabank 3
12:15pm – Saint Omer (Alice Diop), Scotiabank 13
3pm – Empire of Light (Sam Mendes), Princess of Wales
6:30pm – Falcon Lake (Charlotte Le Bon), Scotiabank 4

September 14
9:05am – The Greatest Beer Run Ever (Peter Farrelly), Lightbox 1
11:35am – Viking (Stéphane Lafleur), Scotiabank 11
2:45pm – Stonewalling (Huang Ji & Otsuka Ryuji), Scotiabank 9
8:30pm + EO (Jerzy Skolimowski), Scotiabank 12

September 15
9:30am – Subtraction (Mani Haghighi), Scotiabank 13 W/O
12:10pm – Life (Emir Baigazin), Scotiabank 5 W/O

September 16
8:30am – How to Blow Up a Pipeline (Daniel Goldhaber), Scotiabank 2
12:45pm – Walk Up (Hong Sang-soo), Scotiabank 9
3:30pm – I Shot Andy Warhol (Mary Harron), Lightbox 3
8pm – Theater of Thought (Werner Herzog), Scotiabank 12

September 17
9:15am – The Worst Ones (Romane Gueret & Lise Akoka), Scotiabank 10
9:30pm – The Maiden (Graham Foy), Lightbox 3

September 18
1pm – The Eternal Daughter (Joanna Hogg), Scotiabank 1


Films I have already seen:
Aftersun (Charlotte Wells)
Broker (Hirokazu Kore-eda)
Concrete Valley (Antoine Bourges)
Corsage (Marie Kreutzer)
De Humani Corporis Fabrica (Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Véréna Paravel)
Decision to Leave (Park Chan-wook)
Dry Ground Burning (Joana Pimenta & Adirley Queirós)
EO (Jerzy Skolimowski)
Godland (Hlynur Pálmason)
Holy Spider (Ali Abbasi)
La Jauría (Andrés Ramírez Pulido)
One Fine Morning (Mia Hansen-Løve)
Pacifiction (Albert Serra)
Queens of the Qing Dynasty (Ashley McKenzie)
R.M.N. (Cristian Mungiu)
Triangle of Sadness (Ruben Östlund)
Unrest (Cyril Schäublin)
Will-o’-the-Wisp (João Pedro Rodrigues)