Goddamn designers…

In other news, I wish I had friends in Toronto.

Passes and coupon books are sold out but I decided I must try for tickets. Denying myself the Toronto International Film Festival is unacceptable, particularly when I'll be nearby.

Why is the Los Angeles Film Festival so lame? Toronto is like…the Coachella of cinema.

Fuck, I'll bum it for a few days if need be. Patience is not a virtue.

Dir: Duncan Tucker
Felicity Huffman with a penis.

No Direction Home: Bob Dylan
Dir: Martin Scorsese

Dir: Terry Gilliam

The District!
Dir: Áron Gauder
Hungarian South Park?

Evil Aliens
Dir: Jake West

The Great Yokai War
Dir: Takashi Miike
Japanese answer to Harry Potter.

Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic
Dir: Liam Lynch (creator of Sifl and Olly)

Dir: Wilson Yip
No wires, no CGI, and supposedly, the film's major fight scene between Donnie Yen and Wu Jing is completely unrehearsed.

Beowulf & Grendel
Dir: Sturla Gunnarsson

Dave Chappelle's Block Party
Dir: Michel Gondry
Featuring: The Fugees, Kanye West, Mos Def, Common, Talib Kweli, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and The Roots.

Everything Is Illuminated
Dir: Liev Schreiber

Romance & Cigarettes
Dir: John Turturro

Dir: Anand Tucker
Written by Steve Martin.

The Squid and the Whale
Dir: Noah Baumbach (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou)

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
Dir: Park Chan-Wook

Dir: Mike Mills

A History of Violence
Dir: David Cronenberg

The Matador
Dir: Richard Shepard
Sundance favorite.

Dir: Guy Ritchie

Wassup Rockers
Dir: Larry Clark (Kids)

And this is merely what I want to see.